Kate Middleton told a royal fan that Prince William doesn't want a fourth child: report


Cambridge, party of five!

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kicked off their first public appearance of the year -- and their first since Prince Harry and Meghan made their shocking announcement -- on Wednesday with a visit to Bradford, West Yorkshire. While meeting with various community leaders, the duchess was asked by a royal fan if she was planning to give George, Charlotte, and Louis another sibling.

"I don't think William wants any more," Kate told Josh Macplace, 25, leaving some royal fans disappointed.

According to royal reporter Rebecca English, Macplace had sent the royal couple cards to congratulate them on the birth of each of their children.

During their visit to Bradford, William and Kate also stopped by the Khidmat Centre, a community center that has become integral for the city's Pakistani community, to meet with baker Siami Ali and view her royal-inspired creation.

Ali showed off her "William and Kate" cake, which she spent days making, complete with a crown, patriotic cookies and pictures of the family.

One photo in particular left the duke confused after he struggled to tell if it was of him or Princess Charlotte.

"Is that me?" he excitedly asks Kate twice. "Or is that Charlotte?"

“That looks just like Charlotte," he added. "That is incredible."

You can see the hilarious moment in the video above.