Prince William Jokes That Kate Middleton Shouldn’t Get Ideas About Any More Kids

Prince William and Kate Middleton have three children. Their oldest is Prince George. The middle child is their daughter Princess Charlotte. The baby of the family is Prince Louis.

Are Prince William and Kate Middleton done having children? It’s possible that there could be another son or daughter in the future. After all, they are still young enough to have children.

As parents, sometimes it’s hard to know for sure that you don’t want any more children. Perhaps you start out thinking you want a big family, but the first child gives you so much trouble that you don’t end up having any more children. Or, perhaps you think you only want one or two children, but you end up loving being a mom or dad so much that you end up having a big family.

Even if you are 100% sure you’re done having children, there’s something about holding a baby in your arms that can make you question that decision. Babies are super sweet and precious. While they may be extremely difficult, especially for first time parents, as children grow up, sometimes parents reminisce about the baby phase and how much easier things were when their children were little. Not to mention that babies are extremely cute.

Recently, Prince William and Kate Middleton stepped out for an official royal visit at Clitheroe Community Hospital in Lancashire. While they were there, Kate held a baby.

New parents Trudi and Alastair let the Duchess hold their daughter, Anastasia. William reacted by making a joke that made his position on whether or not he wants more children very clear. He said, “Don’t give my wife any more ideas.” As Kate was handing the baby back, he said to his wife, “Don’t take her with you.”

Watch the video below to watch this sweet moment for yourself and to learn how William and Kate are preparing to one day rule the monarchy.

Do you think William and Kate will end up having any more children? Has holding a baby ever made you think about having another child? If you’re a parent, do you think the baby phase is easier than when your children are older?