Kate Middleton admits Prince William 'worries' when she feels 'broody' for another baby

Kate Middleton has revealed that she has suggested to Prince William that they should have a fourth baby

Kate Middleton 'broody' for fourth baby with Prince William
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Kate Middleton has admitted that she feels 'broody' after meeting babies—and Prince William isn't exactly happy about it. 

The Duchess of Cambridge has admitted that she feels 'broody' when she meets new babies—a reaction that hasn't exactly gone down well with her husband, Prince William. 

During the first day of Kate Middleton's Denmark trip on Tuesday, the future Queen spoke passionately about her love of motherhood—and how she sometimes longs to experience pregnancy again in the future. The 40-year-old confessed to being particularly affected by babies, who often leave her yearning to have another child. 

"It makes me very broody," Kate revealed after meeting two eight-month-old boys at the Children’s Museum in Frederiksberg, where she learned all about the University of Copenhagen's "Understanding Your Baby Project". 

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Unfortunately for the maternal royal, who already has three children with the Duke of Cambridge, a fourth baby is unlikely to be on the horizon. Kate hinted that her husband isn't too keen on the idea of having more kids, revealing that he often frets over her royal engagements which involve meeting very small children. 

"William always worries about me meeting under one-year-olds," she said. "I come home saying, 'Let's have another one.'" 

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The royal couple is now well past the baby days, with their youngest child, Prince Louis, turning 4 this April. They're also the proud parents of Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 6. Kate and William have been raising their kids at Kensington Palace in London since 2012, but are reportedly thinking of relocating to Windsor in the nearby future to protect them from the attention of the media as they grow up.  

Luckily for Kate, it seems like she can have just as much fun with kids of an older age. The Duchess visited Stenurten Forest Kindergarten on Wednesday for the second day of her Denmark trip, for an exciting morning of outdoor winter activities. 

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After meeting with the nursery's adorable toddlers, the athletic mom tried her hand at various nature pastimes—including splitting wood and running around the trails with the energetic tots. Sounds like a well-spent morning to us. 

Emma Dooney
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