Another royal baby? Britain’s Prince William says no thanks — at least for the time being.
Asked whether he and his wife, Kate, are planning to expand their family, William said: “Maybe one day. One’s enough at the moment.”
A soldier asked the prince the question Monday as the royal couple visited the Irish Guards at their military base in Aldershot in southern England to mark St. Patrick’s Day.
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Kate, dressed in an emerald green trench coat with matching hat and heels, presented sprigs of shamrocks to around 300 soldiers on parade. She also placed a bunch on the regimental mascot, Irish wolfhound Domhnall (DOH’-nal).
William and Kate’s baby son, George, will be joining them on their trip to New Zealand and Australia next month.