If there’s one thing royal fans all have in common, it’s that we never tire of new royal babies being born!
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have skyrocketed in popularity far more than ever before once news broke that they were expecting their first child together. Seeing such lovely and regal people bring another little lady or gentleman into the world is something that we adore more than words can say.
Prince William and Kate Middleton, on the other hand, are no strangers to the parenting world. Together, they share three unbelievably adorable children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and little baby Prince Louis.
Each and every time the world has heard that the Cambridge family was expecting, it was almost more excitement than anyone could bear! Together, they are an incredible family and, as the old saying goes, “The more the merrier!”
Recently, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent time on a two-day tour in Ireland where they got to interact and meet many adoring fans. One question that so many wonder but few dare to ask is - When is the next baby Cambridge going to come?!
Much to everyone’s great surprise, Kate offered up one of the biggest hints to date even without being prompted!! While greeting one couple, she was completely smitten by their little 5-month-old baby.
While admiring the young child, Kate looked to the father and said, “He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel broody.” She then looked back to the little one and said, “You’re a very sweet little boy.”
Needless to say, the man was shocked, thrilled, excited, and everything in-between by this abrupt utterance! He quickly responded, “Baby number four?!” Kate couldn’t help but chuckle at the question and with a smile answered, “I think William might be slightly worried.”
While it might sound that William isn’t totally prepared for a fourth child yet, Kate is anxious and excited about the potential thought of adding another one to the bunch.
What do you think? How long do you believe we’ll be waiting for the official announcement of baby number four to arrive?