Kate Middleton and Prince William have their hands pretty full with their three adorable kids, Louis, George, and Charlotte (who looks so much like Prince William that he recently confused her baby picture for his). Still, people have often wondered whether they might expand their family at some point, and tabloids have certainly had fun encouraging the idea. But Middleton spoke to a few members of the public while visiting Bradford this week, and reportedly put the rumors to rest by saying she and Prince William aren't thinking about more kids.
Sources say the Duchess of Cambridge made the comment to a fan who asked whether she and Prince William planned on adding any members to the family. "I don't think William wants any more," Middleton said, according to Hello! That seemingly puts an end to all the speculation—for now, at least.
Of course, Middleton has said a few things that have made people think she might have more babies on her mind. Last year, about a year after giving birth to Louis, she was out in Northern Ireland and crossed paths with a five-month-old baby, whom she allegedly cooed over. She admitted, "Makes me very broody," but then joked, "I think William might be slightly worried."
But feeling "broody" is one thing and full-on planning is another, and it seems like the Cambridges are committed to being a family of five. Plus, they have a ton going on, between a packed schedule of royal engagements and helping to figure out complications in the Sussex separation. (Prince William was reportedly part of a meeting that the queen convened earlier this week.) And in between it all, Middleton has reportedly said she wants the kids to spend more time with Archie. Now, hopefully, people will stop asking these two whether they want more kids.
Originally Appeared on Glamour