Prince William and Kate Middleton have two children at the moment. These are Prince George, who will one day most likely sit on the throne of Great Britain, and his sister Princess Charlotte. And in September 2017, it was announced that there would be a third royal baby. The child, whose gender hasn’t been revealed, is due in April 2018. Prince William has been fairly quiet about the good news, but recently he spoke to the media about it.
Kate Middleton – a “commoner” – married Prince William on 29 April, 2011. Their union marked, for many, the beginning of a more modern and accessible royal family. Kate was from a family of millionaires, but she had no aristocratic blood. Her becoming a princess seemed to signify that the royals had become more inclusive than they previously were.
The Prince William–Kate Middleton wedding was watched by more than 300 million people around the world, and once it was done, Kate became officially Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. This means that once William takes the throne, which he will most likely do after both his grandmother and father pass away, Kate will become queen consort.