It looks like Kate has hinted she and Prince William might not be having any more children, despite recent speculation baby number four may be on the cards.
The 38-year-old royal and her husband are already parents to Princes George, six, and Louis, 20 months, and Princess Charlotte, four, and it doesn't seem like the trio will be getting a sibling any time soon.
During an official visit to Bradford on Wednesday, the duchess reportedly spoke with royal fan Josh Macplace, who told her he had sent cards congratulating her after the birth of all three of her children.
According to People magazine, she replied: “I don't think William wants any more.”
During the same visit, 37-year-old William got a little confused during a visit to the Kidmat Centre, to learn about the activities and workshops run by the facility.
He and Kate were presented with a giant cake surrounded by smaller cupcakes, each one featuring photos of various moments in their lives.
William thought he spotted a photo of his daughter Princess Charlotte, when it actually turned out to be an image of his younger self.
“Is that me? Or is that Charlotte? Is that me?,” he was heard saying, the Daily Mail reports. “Oh my goodness that looks just like Charlotte, that is incredible.”
The royal father and daughter bare a striking resemblance, which in this instance even caught William by surprise.
Kate also agreed saying: “It looks so much like Charlotte.”
Last year, Kate admitted she felt “broody” after meeting a five-month-old baby in Northern Ireland - but joked at the time her spouse wouldn't be impressed.
Despite some signs pointing to another addition to the Cambridge family, psychic Sarah Anderson (nee Yip) - aka The Numbers Queen - tells us she doesn’t see another baby in Will and Kate’s future.
“I don’t see them having another baby, as it would be too much pressure on William,” Sarah tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
“I see Kate stepping into a creative career instead, which allows her to be around children.”
With additional reporting by Bang Showbiz.
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