The Cambridge family—Prince William, Kate Middleton and their three kids, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3—is objectively adorable. Seriously, just look at them:
So, will this adorable family of five become an adorable family of even more adorable humans? Probably not, apparently.
Even though Will and Kate haven't gone on the record about firm family plans the way Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have, there are royal experts out there willing to share some educated guesses about the odds of Cambridge Baby No. 4 happening. True Royalty TV co-creator Nick Bullen is one such royal oracle and, in a recent interview with Us Weekly, he broke down exactly why Will and Kate are *probably* done growing their family.
"I think they feel that they’ve got a pretty perfect family. I think Kate was always keen to follow with her parents, [Carole Middleton and Michael Middleton], and have that sort of family of five," Bullen said, referring to Kate's two siblings, Pippa and James Middleton. "She’s [now] matched it. And I think my view is [that] they’ll probably stop here."
FWIW, one of the Cambridge's only known comments on growing their fam came in January 2020, when Kate told a royal fan in 2020 that she didn't think Will wanted anymore kids, which means that if Bullen's theory is correct, the couple are totally on the same page when it comes to family planning.
In honor of World Mental Health Day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted a message on Instagram, sharing several organizations — including one of Kate's main charities, the Anna Freud Centre — that support those who are struggling.
"Taking care of our mental health and well-being has never been more important. This #WorldMentalHealthDay we are highlighting some of the fantastic organisations providing support for those who might need it - because there is help out there," their caption read. "What will you be doing to take care of your mental health today?"