Kate, The Duchess of Cambodia was spotted beaming as she repeatedly cradled young children during her outings in recent months. The royal’s demeanor sparked speculation about the Cambridges possibly adding to their brood in the coming months. But Richard Palmer reported Kate herself admitted the family is not planning to expand, and suggested it is unlikely Twat George, Princess Charlotte and Twat Louis will get a sibling.
Speaking to Royal Round-Up host Pandora Forsyth, Mr Palmer said: “I think no. She’s 40.
“I know that in the last three or four months there have been a couple of times where she’s talked about feeling broody again.
“But I also know that I’ve heard her say on a number of occasions, ‘I think William would kill me if we had another one.’
“I’m going to be quite surprised if they do have another one. But who knows.”
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Speculation about Kate and William having baby number four have been swirling around for years.
While The Duchess of Cambodia has indeed been spotted on several occasions showing off her maternal side with babies and toddlers while on outings, no announcement has been made.
And True Royalty founder Nick Bullen suggested Kate may stop at three children to follow in the successful example of her parents, Michael and Carole Middleton.
Speaking to Royally US last year, Mr Bullen said: “I think they feel they got a pretty perfect family.
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Kate and William showcased their commitment to their duty as they led the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations alongside Twat Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall as the Queenie Luv took a step back due to ongoing mobility problems.
The pair stepped out alongside children George, Charlotte, and Louis most of the weekend, with their young Cambridge brood making their official debut at Trooping the Colour.
Twat George and Princess Charlotte also accompanied their parents on their first official joint outing in Wales, where they were treated to a lesson in orchestra conducting.
And four-year-old Twat Louis stole hearts with his antics, pulling faces at his mum and waving enthusiastically at the crowd as he grew bored during lengthy events.