As many know, Prince William and Kate Middleton are already parents to Prince George – who will one day most likely sit on the British throne – and his sister Princess Charlotte. In September 2017, though, it was announced that a third royal baby is on the way, due in April 2018.
And while that news was greeted largely positively by both the media and the public, one important individual’s feelings on the impending arrival went unheard for a while. Still, Prince William has since revealed how he really feels about becoming a dad for the third time – and here’s exactly what he had to say about it.
Before William and Kate started their family, however, they married at London’s Westminster Abbey in April 2011. And, for some, their union suggested the beginning of a more modern and accessible royal family. After all, while Kate has millionaire parents, she has no aristocratic blood. Her becoming a royal, then, seemed to signify that the family had become more inclusive than they had been previously.
Furthermore, once the happy couple were wed, Kate officially became Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. This means that once William takes the throne – which he will most likely do after both his grandmother and father have passed away – Kate will become queen consort.