Kate Middleton's Plans for Baby #3 Take a Surprising Turn

Recent speculation about Kate Middleton and Prince William's future baby-making plans has led us to believe that newborn Princess Charlotte will someday be a big sister, but have we been led astray? According to new reports, the Royal Family has decided to stop at two children.

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Less than two weeks before the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcome their second child, Kate's uncle, Gary Goldsmith, nonchalantly mentioned that of course they'd be welcoming at least a third child, if not more.

When asked if he suspected the baby was a girl, Goldsmith reportedly said, "I don't think they'll stop at two so if it isn't a girl this time around, people shouldn't be too disappointed."

Will and Kate are such amazing parents, we'd love for them to have a whole brood! Besides, look at Prince George and Princess Charlotte ... they make beautiful children.

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But according to a headline story in the Globe, they feel like their family is complete, and apparently it's for a very surprising reason. The least issue of the gossip mag boldly proclaims on the cover: "Kate: No More Babies -- The Shocking Reason Why."

Shocking reason? I can't imagine that anyone really knows why Will and Kate will decide to either have another baby or stop at one of each, but if I had to guess, I'd say it's because Kate gets horrendously sick with each pregnancy.

The only other thing I could think of would be if she'd had an emergency c-section, and complications made it impossible for her to get pregnant again, but she was up on her feet and looking healthy and gorgeous just hours after giving birth. No way could that have happened with a complicated surgery.

So I'll take the Globe's proclamation with a grain of salt, and whether they end up just the four of them, or with more, they're still a gorgeous family.

Do you think Kate is done having babies?

 

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