Kate Middleton, Prince William Are Happy With George, Charlotte, Louis; Couple's Police Escort Hit An Elderly Woman

Kate Middleton and Prince William
Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, look up at the Royal Standard flying from the round tower following the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, near London, Britain October 12, 2018. (Photo: Alastair Grant/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo)

Many people follow Kate Middleton since she is being considered as a woman of beauty and substance. A lot of fans love the idea of her from being a commoner to a real-life princess after tying the knot with Prince William on April 29, 2011. Along with the attention and fame that she enjoys, the sister of Pippa Middleton has been bombarded with various issues and controversies since she started dating his Prince Harry's elder sibling.

Among the many rumors hounding the life of the Duchess of Cambridge is the claims stating that she and Prince William are planning to have another baby. Rumors have it that there is a huge chance of having baby number 4 since Kate Middleton loves kids very much. As a matter of fact, she has been active in helping charities and other humanitarian organizations that focus on children's education, wellness, and health.

Aside from that, many believe that Kate Middleton would love to give Prince Louis a sibling that is near his age so he can have someone he could relate to when he becomes older. For starters, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have a one-year age gap. This, according to reports, is one of the various reasons why having another baby soon is not impossible.

Others, however, claim that Kate Middleton wants to have another child to get the public's attention again after Meghan Markle, who is now the Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to Archie Windsor. Reports are swirling that the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William felt that the Suits actress and Prince Harry have stolen the spotlight from them. They are, reportedly, willing to do everything to take it back and having baby number 4 could help them achieve their goal.

However, these rumors were already put to rest during the recent trip of Kate Middleton to Northern Island. A Royal reporter, allegedly, asked the Duchess of Cambridge about the possibility of having another royal baby soon. However, Kate's response surprised the crowd surrounding her. "I think William would be little worried!" Carole Middleton's daughter said.

Based on her retort, it can be concluded that Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, are already enough for Prince William. Therefore, avid followers of Kate Middleton and the future King of England should stop believing in these unending baby number 4 rumors.

Meanwhile, Kate Middleton and Prince William were reportedly saddened when their police escort hit an elderly woman on Monday. The siblings of Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry were traveling from London to Windsor when a motorcycle in their fleet collided into an aged woman named Irene Mayor, 83, who was taken to the hospital right after the incident. Other reports claimed it could have been worse since the escort "was going on the wrong side of the road."

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were deeply concerned and saddened to hear about the accident," Kensington Palace said, in a statement released, about the incident that involved Kate Middleton and Prince William's police escort. "Their Royal Highnesses have sent their very best wishes to Irene and her family and will stay in touch throughout every stage of her recovery," it added.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did not witness the accident, but they were informed a little later. The parents of three have sent flowers to the victim and reached out to her family. Irene is, reportedly, in a serious but stable condition now. Stay tuned to Business Times for the latest news and updates about Kate Middleton and Prince William!

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