As the world awaits the arrival of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's first child, the Duchess of Cambridge is claimed to be 'feeling broody and keen to have a fourth child'. Kate Middleton and Prince William have three children - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis - aged between five years old and a year old. But a friend of the royal couple told the 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," the friend said. The 37-year-old Duchess is claimed to have previously dropped a similar hint when she met adorable five-month-old, James Barr, with Prince William in Northern Ireland in February. She told James' father Alan: "He's gorgeous. it makes me feel broody." It's said the Duchess could be following the Queen's steps as she gave birth to her fourth child, Prince Edward, at the age of 37.
Prince William was said to be as keen on children as Kate although they have been concentrating much effort, particularly Kate, on official royal duties. Last month, the family celebrated Prince Louis's first birthday with an official photograph by Kate, showing him playing in the garden in Norfolk retreat, Anmer Hall. Meghan, who is five months older than Kate, is due to give birth any day now to her and Prince Harry's first child.
Earlier today, it was announced the Duke of Sussex was cutting his trip to the Netherlands short, only spending one day abroad and not the planned two. The couple has broken with tradition and decided to keep the details surrounding the birth a secret, which means nobody knows where they've decided to have the baby. The little royal will be seventh in line to the throne, and the Queen and Prince Philip's seventh great-grandchild - and fans are on the lookout for any sign that the time is finally here.Read More