This week, Kate Middleton traveled to Denmark on her first solo royal tour, and while meeting with babies and their parents during one portion, she got candid about how she feels about having another child.
"It makes me very broody," Kate said during the outing. "William always worries about me meeting under one-year-olds. I come home saying, 'Let's have another one.'"
Last month while out and about, the couple — who share Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3 — met with Trudi and Alastair Barrie and their daughter, Anastasia.
Kate held the tot, and William quipped: "Don't give my wife any more ideas!"
He added, "Don't take her with you."
In 2019, the brunette beauty, 40, loved holding a 5-month-old baby while visiting Northern Ireland.
The baby's father asked, "Baby number four?"
"I think William would be a little worried," she replied.
Though it's unclear if the pair will actually try for baby No. 4, Kate has been passionate about children's development — something she got to learn more about while in Denmark.
"In Denmark, health visitors give parents support to help with their children’s social and emotional development. The Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project aims to promote the mental wellbeing of parents and their children — and the relationship between them. Their ‘Alarm Distress Baby Scale’ and ‘Understanding your Baby’ programme provide a vital two-step process to identify infants who are at risk of adverse social and emotional development. Identifying these risks early can have positive lifelong impacts, which is why these approaches are so important," a message read.
Kate's tour was announced in early February. "During her visit, Her Royal Highness will spend time learning about how Denmark has created an enabling culture for early childhood development, specifically how it has promoted infant mental wellbeing alongside physical health, and how it harnesses the power of nature, relationships and playful learning in the first five years of life," an official statement read.
"Her programme will focus on innovative initiatives and projects which support children in their growth," the note continued. "Particularly their social and emotional development, as well as their parents and wider communities surrounding them."