Yesterday, amid news that Harry and Meghan are moving to Canada, Prince William and Kate Middleton carried out a royal visit to Bradford, Yorkshire. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a chic Alexander McQueen coat and ZARA dress and chatted to members of the public involved with the Better Start Bradford scheme, which includes over 20 projects that help support families and vulnerable people in the local community.
During the visit, Kate shared cute tidbits about her brood of three (Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis), including how she once tried learning to knit after George was born: "I tried knitting when I first had George," Kate told a group of women who were crocheting gifts for her children, according to a report from HELLO!. "I tried to knit him a very special jumper, but I got half way down and it splattered. It's such an amazing skill." To be fair, we love how relatable this makes the Duchess sound as we're pretty certain that any of our own knitting attempts would turn out exactly the same way...
But what about their plans to add a fourth child into the mix? Could there be another adorable sibling for George, Charlotte and Louis – or another botched jumper – on the way? Sadly (for us), it sounds unlikely. Another HELLO! report says that during her chat with royal fan Josh Macpalce, who told Kate he'd sent her congratulatory cards on the birth of each of her children, the Duchess revealed, "I don't think William wants any more."
So there you have it. The Cambridges will probably be sticking as a family of five.
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