Duchess Kate Reportedly Wants To Have A Fourth ChildMay 5, 2019
While the world waits for the arrival of Meghan and Harry’s first baby, Kate is reportedly ‘feeling broody and keen to have a fourth child’.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, aged five, four and one years old. A friend of the Cambridges told Daily Mail that ‘Catherine would like another baby’.
“She loves children and is prepared to put herself through another pregnancy even though they have been complicated by severe morning sickness in the past,” that friend said.
Kate allegedly has previously dropped a similar hint when she met the adorable five-month-old James Barr with William in Northern Ireland in February.
Kate told James’ father Alan: “He’s gorgeous. it makes me feel broody.”
It’s said that she might be following the Queen’s steps as she gave birth to Prince Edward, her fourth child, at the age of 37.
William was said to be as keen on children as the Duchess although they have been concentrating a lot on their royal duties.
Last month, the royals celebrated Louis’s first birthday with an official photograph by Kate, showing him playing in the garden in Anmer Hall.
Meghan is due to give birth any day now to her and Harry’s first baby.
Earlier today it was announced Harry was cutting his trip to the Netherlands short, only spending one day abroad unlike the planned two.
The Sussexes have broken tradition and have decided to keep details of the birth a secret, meaning nobody knows where they’ve decided to have the baby.
The baby will be seventh in line for the throne, and Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s seventh great-grandchild. Fans will be on the lookout for any sign that the time is finally here.