The Duchess of Cambridge noted that Prince William often worries about her meeting infants. “I come home saying, ‘Let’s have another one,’ ” she shared.
Kate Middleton and Prince William share three children together, and although the Duchess of Cambridge has confirmed that they don’t plan on adding a fourth to the bunch, that hasn’t stopped the royal from daydreaming about it. On the first day of her solo tour in Denmark, Kate admitted to feeling “broody” while she met with parents and their babies during the outing.
The Duchess arrived in Denmark on Tuesday as part of her first solo overseas tour since 2017, People reports. Her first stop was the University of Copenhagen to learn from world-leading researchers running the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project; the organization works to promote the mental health and relationships between infants and their parents. During the two-day event, she also visited the Lego Foundation, where she joined a group of students taking part in learning-based activities.
The trip, which centered largely around Kate’s passion for early childhood development—one of the key focuses of her royal work—may have given the Duchess a case of baby fever. During the outing, Kate admitted that constantly being around babies makes her “very broody.” She added that, “William always worries about me meeting under one-year-olds. I come home saying, ‘Let’s have another one.'”
This wouldn’t be the first time the prospect of Kate wanting another baby has popped up in conversation. During the couple’s visit to Lancashire last month, the royal duo met Trudi and Alastair Barrie and their daughter, Anastasia. People reports that while Kate held the baby during a photo-op, Prince William joked, “Don’t give my wife any more ideas!” When the Duchess returned the infant to her parents, William added, “Don’t take her with you.”