Kate Middleton has joked that she is “broody” after visiting young babies on her trip to Copenhagen, joking that Prince William worries about her asking for baby number four.
The Duchess of Cambridgem, who is visiting the Danish capital to learn about its system of early years support, met new parents and health visitors to shine a light on the importance of children's social development.
Praising fathers for taking time off work to “get to know” their babies, she spoke of the universal struggle of parenthood where even the most well-educated can struggle to ask for help.
During a visit to Børnemuseet, the Children’s Museum in Frederiksberg, Denmark, to hear about the 'Understanding Your Baby Project', the Duchess said there should be just as much discussion about the social and emotional development of young children as their physical milestones.
After meeting with two eight-month-old baby boys and their parents, she joked: “It makes me very broody.
“William always worries about me meeting under one-year-olds. I come home saying ‘let’s have another one’.”
The couple already have three children together – future heir to the throne Prince George, aged eight, Princess Charlotte, aged six and Prince Louis, aged three and the Duke of Cambridge has previously teased his wife about not having anymore.
The Duchess found herself cooing over three-and-a-half-month-old baby girl Anastasia Barrie during a visit to Church on the Street in Burnley, Lancashire, in January.
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But William spotted his wife’s gaze and chirped: "Don't give her any ideas.”
He then told smiling Kate, who famously loves children, that: "You can't take her with you!"
But it isn’t the first time Prince William has subtly ruled out another child – in 2019, as he and Kate visited Ireland, the Duchess was enjoying meeting a five-month-old baby.
She was cheekily asked by the father about a baby number four, but Kate laughed: "I think William would be a little worried."
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