Prince William hinted today that he and his wife are in no rush to have another kid, perhaps seeking to damp down new baby speculation ahead of their visit to Australia in two weeks time.
The young royals were attending a St Patrick's Day event at the 1st Battalion Irish Guards today, and after the event, William told a soldier who asked if they were planning more kids, "Maybe one day. One is enough at the moment", according to a report in today's Evening Standard.
The Duke of Cambridge made the comment to a former regimental sergeant major, Ray Collister, 56, after the formalities.
The royal couple guardsman Glenn Tierney the little prince is "very busy crawling and eating".
Kate was dressed in green for the St Patrick's Day event, wearing the same emerald green Hobbs coat she wore last year, paired with a Gina Foster hat. Kate wore a gold shamrock Cartier brooch pinned to her chest.