Prince William and Kate Middleton are likely to have another child after greeting their third baby.
Richard Kay has recently revealed that the Duke of Cambridge wants to have another daughter. Prince William is reportedly following the steps of Queen Elizabeth II and having four children. "He would like to emulate his grandmother and have four children, and he would be very happy if it was another girl," one of Prince Williams' friends told the writer. "Having Charlotte was an improvement for George, who was a little off in the early days, so he knows the benefits of having a second daughter."
The former royal butler of Princess Diana, Paul Burrell, also believes in this prince William and Middleton will still have a child after their third child. "I predict that Meghan will be pregnant before Christmas, I bet William will have four, both William and Harry wanted more brothers and sisters when they were young, but it was not meant to be," he said.
However, according to Kay, the prospect that Prince William and Middleton could still have a baby could not suit Prince Charles. The Duke of Cornwall was open to big families. In fact, this is believed to be the reason why he and Princess Diana did not have a third child.
Prince Charles and Prince William have a stony father-son relationship. Thus, the Prince of Wales could keep his opinion to himself, despite his lack of support with Prince Williams' plans to have more brood.
"He has a difficult relationship with the best times with his oldest son and would not want to make things more difficult," said one employee.
According to Tom Bower, a royal biographer, in his book "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles," The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge
There was also a time when Prince William allegedly He was furious with his royal father after the palace attendants had snubbed his mother-in-law, Carole Middleton. Prince Charles is said to have felt isolated from his grandchildren because the Cambridges usually choose to spend the holidays with the Middletons.
Prince Charles and Prince William do not share the same interest.
"When William grew up, it became clear that he, too, was a very different king from his father," Bower said. "Since leaving the university, he had neither shared his father's interests nor offered to continue his charities, and in particular he refused to participate in The Prince's Trust."