'Royal Insider' Claims That Kate Middleton Is Done Having Kids

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Call off the royal baby bump watch. According to one "royal family source,"  Kate Middleton and Prince William are done having children -- and their "family is now complete."

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While that would be perfectly understandable as they already have two adorable children -- Prince George and Princess Charlotte -- this news (if true?) will be a royal baby bummer for many who have been hoping, waiting, and speculating that a third baby is surely on the way soon. 

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But a third child just may not be right for Kate and Will. Kate recently spoke out about just how challenging motherhood can be:

Nothing can really prepare you for you the sheer overwhelming experience of what it means to become a mother. It is full of complex emotions of joy, exhaustion, love, and worry, all mixed together. Your fundamental identity changes overnight. You go from thinking of yourself as primarily an individual, to suddenly being a mother, first and foremost.

While she has access to all the help in the world, it doesn't change the fact that adding additional children to a family is a big adjustment, and it forever changes your life. Many of those changes can be amazing, but sometimes your family feels right just how it is. While friends and relatives -- or in her case, the entire world -- may be cheering you on to have more, every couple has to make that decision for themselves. They may wish to be a family of four forever more, and that's okay. 

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Sure, we'd all love to have new royal baby to go gaga over, but Kate and Will can't just procreate to satisfy our desire to see more adorable little princes and princesses. They need to do what's right for them, and we'll happily just devour any glimpse we can get of the two adorable children they already have. 

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