The Duke of Cambridge reveals he and Kate Middleton aren’t planning on a sibling for baby George for a while…
Don’t dig out the new baby bunting just yet – the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge aren’t planning on another child any time soon.
During a visit to a military base in Aldershot with Kate, William said 'Maybe one day, one's enough at the moment' when someone asked him if the couple were thinking about a brother or sister for George.
He also revealed his seven-month-old son is on the move and has started crawling.
'I asked them all about George, I'm nosey like that. He said he's doing really well and he's busy crawling and eating,’ said Guardsman Glenn Tierney.
'They said they're very busy sorting everything out for taking him to Australia. They said they were excited and looking forward to it.'
Wills and Kate, who was wearing a green coat by Hobbs with a Gina Foster hat, are taking George on his first royal tour next month to Australia and New Zealand. Starting on 7th April and for three weeks, they’ll visit places including Sydney, Adelaide and Queensland, as well as a New Zealand yacht race and a Maori tribe.
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