Duchess Catherine has claimed Prince William doesn't want to have any more children.
The 38-year-old royal and her husband are already parents to Princes George, six, and Louis, 20 months, and Princess Charlotte, four, and it doesn't seem like the trio will be getting a sibling any time soon.
During an official visit to Bradford, West Yorks, North England, on Wednesday (15.01.20), the duchess chatted with royal fan Josh Macplace - who is autistic and has DiGeorge syndrome - who told her he had sent cards congratulating her after the birth of all three of her children.
According to People magazine, she replied: "I don't think William wants any more."
Catherine then bent down and hugged the 25 year old after he held his arms out to her.
She said: "Thank you for the hug."
The duchess also spoke to people about her youngest son's latest milestone as she joined in with a grandparents-and-baby group.
Jo Broadbent, who looks after her six-year-old granddaughter, revealed: "I asked how her children were. She said Louis had started to tell her 'he's balancing,' and she said it was really nice to see him turning into a little boy from being a baby. She's obviously very proud of her children."
During the visit, 37-year-old William got confused when he was unsure whether a photo was himself when he was younger or his daughter.
The couple visited the Kidmat Centre to learn about the activities and workshops run by the facility and were presented with a giant cake surrounded by smaller cupcakes, which each one featuring photos of various moments in their lives.
William was impressed by the culinary creation but then his attention was caught by the baby picture.
Confused, he asked: "Is that me? Because that looks just like Charlotte. That is incredible."
His wife agreed: "It looks so much like Charlotte."
Last year, Catherine admitted she felt "broody" after meeting a five-month-old baby in Northern Ireland - but joked at the time her spouse wouldn't be impressed.
She told James Barr's dad Alan Barr: "He's gorgeous. It makes me feel broody."
Alan then asked the duchess if she wanted "baby number four" and she laughed and said: "I think William would be a little worried."