Kate Middleton and Prince William In An Unwanted Married Life Situation?
Everyone witnessed the fairy-tale like wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton years ago. How are they doing in their married life now? There are speculations things aren’t brewing well between the couple because of an unexpected reason: the number of children they want, as Bustle claimed.
Unusual as it may sound, but it appears to be causing a little rift for Kate Middleton and Prince William. According to Hollywood Gossip, the Duchess of Cambridge is encouraged by her mother to get pregnant with a third baby who will add up to the British monarchy. The news about her two pregnancies with the Royal Prince put United Kingdom in the spotlight and even helped in the nation’s economy after all.
Carole Middleton appears to have a control over the family, the article added. She became hands-on in taking care of her grandchildren after residing in Amner Hall. Hence, if the Duchess of Cambridge will become pregnant with another child, then it might show her mother indeed had an indirect authority about their family concerns.
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If Middleton is hoping for a third child, Prince Williams wants otherwise. In an article from MStarz, Corine Ackermann from the Tanglin Trust British School overheard him talking about this matter: “Someone asked him how many children he would like to have, and he said he was thinking about having two.” This happened when the royal couple was spotted walking at the Gardens By The Bay, a famous spot in Singapore.
The story of Prince William and Kate Middleton is like a modern day Cinderella wherein a royal prince fell in love with a commoner. Everyone even loved them more when Prince George and Princess Charlotte were publicly introduced. Hopefully, they wouldn’t have to go on separate ways just because of a minute reason such as dispute over the number of kids they like to raise.
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