Kate Middleton revealed why she won't be having more kids any time soon
Royal couples never seem to be able to escape baby rumours but Kate Middleton appears to have denied that she and William are planning on having any more kids.
There was speculation in January of this year that she was expecting baby number four after bookies slashed odds on her being pregnant.
Still, no announcement has come and if what Kate's just said is anything to go by, her three kids needn't worry about getting another sibling in the future.
According to royal correspondent Robert Jobson, the Duchess was greeting crowds during her trip to Northern Ireland yesterday when she bumped into a young dad and his five-month-old son.
She joked that she felt a little broody but added that her husband would be concerned about adding to their brood.
#DuchessOfCambridge in Ballymena, Northern Ireland today where she joked that she felt “broody” when she met 5-month old James Barr. When dad Alan asked, “Baby number four? Kate responded, “I think William would be little worried.” pic.twitter.com/KSl5vInyZK
— Robert Jobson (@theroyaleditor) February 28, 2019
While meeting little James might have given Kate a touch of baby fever, it's fair to say she has her hands full.
Prince Louis turns one next month, Charlotte will be four in May and eldest child George turns six in July.