Prince William and Princess Kate, like other prominent members of the British Royal Family, have a busy schedule during the week. Indeed, their responsibilities can mean working weekends, and the couple has travelled far from home on multiple occasions.
Their outlook on life apparently changed after they welcomed their first child, future king Prince George, eight years ago. Today, William and Kate have three children, and it appears that the couple is attempting to raise them in a modern manner, which many believe will be a vital aspect in the monarchy’s prolonged existence. To put it another way, modernisation.
The attendance of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis during King Charles’ coronation on May 6 has been confirmed.
Louis, the youngest of the bunch, just turned five, and there has been discussion over whether the Prince and Princess of Wales could contemplate adding to their brood.
Kate visited a baby bank in Maidenhead earlier this week, where she met with staff and helped fold baby items. During the engagement, the Princess appeared to reveal information about her and William’s plans for a fourth child.
To summarise, Prince William and Princess Kate have a lot on their plates. The crowning of King Charles is only a few weeks away, and the entire Royal Family is expected to attend, including a parade to and from Westminster Abbey.
Things have apparently been extremely rocky in recent months, with rumours swirling about Harry and Meghan’s possible participation. William and Kate’s relationship with the Sussexes is at an all-time low, with the Princess of Wales appearing to have put her foot down.
“Kate is a really old school, hands-on, picnics, days at the beach kind of mum, and there will no doubt be lots of balloons – the birthday accessories will be there,” Dunlop told OK!.
Of course, infants and the next generation are always a popular topic among the royals. William and Kate have three children, but it has been speculated that they may consider having a fourth child.
According to Kate’s comments during a recent visit to the town of Maidenhead, the royal couple appears to have made their decision on that front.
Kate assisted staff in folding tiny baby garments on a surprise visit to the Baby Bank in Maidenhead, saying that she had forgotten how small infants can be.
The Princess was shown bags and boxes of toys, equipment, and clothing collected by the Baby Bank and donated to needy families.
Kate has long been a supporter of Baby Bank. The effort started eight years ago and now serves up to 22,000 people. During her visit, Kate bombarded CEOs Rebecca and Lauren Hall with questions. Nonetheless, one of her statements seemed to shed light on the possibility of her and William adding another child to their lovely family.
Rebecca remarked while assisting volunteers in sorting donated clothing, “I look at them and think I don’t want to go through that again.”
Kate laughed and said, “I’ve been there and done that.”