Prince William says no baby on the way: 'One's enough at the moment'
It sounds like Prince George will continue to reign as Will and Kate's only child — for a bit longer, at least.
While visiting with the Irish Guards in Aldershot, England for a St. Patrick's Day parade, William reportedly told inquisitive fans that he and Kate have no plans to add to the royal family any time soon.
"Maybe one day," William told Regimental Sergeant Major Ray Collister, according to the UK Press Association, when asked if George might be getting a little brother or sister anytime soon. "One's enough at the moment."
Prince William stood alongside Duchess Kate during the parade as she handed out shamrocks to approximately 300 soldiers, as well as an Irish wolfhound named Domhnall. The two later visited with guardsman during lunch at the cookhouse. There, as reported by the Press Association, William shared that Prince George is busy spending his days eating and crawling, but that the tot might get to tag along for next year's St. Patrick's Day festivities.
"I asked him if he'd bring George next time and he said 'Yes, that's a good idea. I'll get him fitted for a uniform,'" Ray Kidd, a former regimental cook, said.
But George doesn't have to wait until next March to join his parents on a royal visit. The Duke of Cambridge shared that he and Kate are busy preparing to bring George on their royal tour of Australia and New Zealand in April.
"They said they're very busy sorting everything out for taking him to Australia," Guardsman Glenn Tierney told the wire service. "They said they were excited and looking forward to it."
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