Kate, Duchess of Cambridge is the mother of three children: Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one. The Cambridge clan warm the hearts of royals fans around the globe, but how have Kate’s hopes for royal baby Cambridge number four been destroyed?
Prince William and Kate are the proud parents of three children.
According to body language and wellness expert Emily Wysock-Wright the Duchess of Cambridge is the most maternal of the royal mothers.
Explaining her decision she said the Duchess and Prince William have “gracefully” brought three children “into the Royal Society and make a stand against tradition, trying to ensure they have the most normal life as possible.”
She defined Kate as maternal in the sense that she was a doting mother, adding: “If there is one word, I would say ‘doting’. It’s the natural instincts within mothers that are formed from the moment of conception.
“It’s a hugely strong bond that can only be explained via the chemistry between a mother and her child. It’s the want and almost need to care for your child.”
Kate Middleton news: Kate and William currently have three children but will they have more? (Image: GETTY)
Kate Middleton body language: Kate and William at the Khidmat Centre in Bradford (Image: GETTY)
But while she may be the most maternal, it seems baby number four is not to be.
The Duchess of Cambridge has insisted Prince William has ruled out having any more children.
Speaking to the Khidmat Centre in Bradford on Wednesday, the mother-of-three said her family is complete.
When speaking to one royal fan who said he had sent her congratulatory cards after each one of her children was born, she said she was unlikely to receive another.
She said: “I don’t think William wants any more.”
Kate Middleton body language: Kate said Prince William does not want more children (Image: GETTY)
Kate Middleton body language: Kate with children from the Khidmat Centre in Bradford (Image: GETTY)
William and Kate met with community leaders and made milkshakes during their visit to Yorkshire.
Her admission came as the Duchess cradled 18-month old Sorayah Ahmad at the centre, dancing with the tot and cooing over her during their visit.