It is unlikely that Prince William and Kate Middleton will be having a fourth baby —and there are several reasons for this, reports Us Weekly. First, the Duchess is from a five-generation family and is one of three kids. The publication was informed by Nick Bullen, Royal expert. “I think they feel that they’ve got a pretty perfect family,” He said. “I think Kate was always keen to follow with her parents … and have that sort of family of five. She’s [now] matched it. And I think my view is [that] they’ll probably stop here.” Additionally, during all three of her pregnancies, Kate suffered from extreme morning sickness, also known as hyperemesis gravidarum. Bullen believes the condition could have contributed to her decision not to have a fourth baby.
The Duke of Cambridge is likely to find the right number of children for him, with three being the most common. During a royal appearance in January 2020, Kate revealed to a fan that she wasn’t sure the prince would be on board with another baby, per Us Weekly. “I don’t think William wants any more,” According to the duchess, The Duke and Duchess have lots to do, aside from raising their three children and promoting their foundations and charities.