For quite some time, there was a buzz in the media that the Kate Middleton and Prince William are likely to expand their family further. There were also rumours going on that Kate was pregnant for the third time and with twins. However, rubbishing all tittle-tattle, sources have confirmed to Daily Star that the royal couple is unlikely to have more children as they feel they are already a complete family.
Kate and William are the proud parents of two children: Prince George, aged three, and Princess Charlotte, two. Sources further added that with William's grandfather Prince Philip retiring from public life this autumn, the couple is expected to take up more royal duties and might have rye needed time to extend their family.
A source told Sunday Express, "I would be very surprised if they have a third child. They have got a boy and a girl – there is a sense that their family is now complete and they are moving onto the next chapter in their lives." Well, this inside information is likely to create a huge disappointment for bookies as there are huge bets happening in the UK over Kate's pregnancy.
Meanwhile, Kate is gearing up for sister Pippa Middleton's grand wedding with hedge-fund boss James Matthews seems. The wedding will take place on May 20 at a quiet estate church in Berkshire. One of the key highlights of the wedding will be Princess Charlotte, dressed as an adorable bridesmaid, and proud Prince George accompanying aunt Pippa down the aisle as the page boy. "And now, following months of speculation, the bride-to-be has finally confirmed that her niece and nephew will be given these roles on her big day," a report on Daily Mail earlier stated.
Although, it looks like Kate Middleton will not be playing any key role. It is reported that Kate doesn't want to take away the limelight from her little sister on the D-day and has decided to take a backseat during the event.