The Duchess of Cambridge hinted at her desire to add another little one to their young family when she embarked on a two-day solo visit to Copenhagen this week to promote her Early Year Foundation and to mark Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee. She launched The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood in June 2021 to raise awareness on how the first five years of life can heavily shape a child's future.
The 40-year-old attended Copenhagen's Children's Museum and the Lego Foundation PlayLab at University College Copenhagen on Tuesday, February 22, where she joked about feeling "broody" to reporters, per Daily Mail.
She admitted William worries about her working with infants because it makes her feel like she wants to have "another one." According to the duchess, her three children, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6 and Prince Louis, 3, were "very jealous" they couldn't join her at the Lego Foundation PlayLab, per the outlet.
According to royal reporter Sarah Robertson, Kate could "talk William into" having another child. Sarah discussed Kate's trip during an appearance on GB News on Wednesday, February 23, per the Express.
Sarah thought Kate's comment about feeling "broody" was a hint about potentially having a fourth child sometime in the future. Given that the monarch has four children of her own, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, Sarah revealed she "always wondered if the Duchess of Cambridge will have another," per the publication.
However, it sounds like it may be difficult to convince William to have another child. Last month, the Cambridges visited Clitheroe Community Hospital, where after Kate held a newborn baby girl during the visit, William reportedly joked that he didn't want his wife to get "any more ideas."
"Don’t take her with you," William quipped as Kate returned the baby to her parents, The Independent reported.