Over the past ten years, Kate Middleton and Prince William have had their hands full. Their three children have produced a large family; the eldest, Prince George, is currently second in line of succession to his father.
All of the royal kids have recently begun attending a new school, which has brought about some change. At least Prince George seemed to have adapted well, though.
Even though William and Kate already have three children, it is still possible that they might attempt for a fourth.
According to recent allegations from royal authority Chris Ship, William and Kate may be reluctant to grow their family because of the negative impact it could have on them.
Having children is a common dream. It doesn’t really matter if that means having one child or five. Even the toughest of hearts can soften at the thought of welcome a new family member.
One child was insufficient for Prince William and Kate Middleton, the future King and Queen of England. Prince George, Princess Catherine, and Prince Louis are the couple’s three devoted children, and they are growing up so quickly.
For the kids, this means pursuing their individual interests and learning new things. Currently, it appears that doing or watching sports is that thing.
Many people claim that you shouldn’t have four children if you want the planet to survive, Ship remarked.
If William were to have a fourth child, “I’m sure he’d expose himself to some criticism from the, sort of, green lobby.”
The royal expert also pointed out that William and Kate are free to decide whether or not to have more children on their own. The couple, though, is “done with three,” according to his “personal forecast.”
“Kate might have a fourth, you know, that’s absolutely feasible. However, keep in mind that William and Kate are in their forties,” Chris said. “I’m confident they’d get a fourth if they wanted one.”