Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, is the mother of three children: Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one. The Cambridge clan warms the hearts of royalty fans around the world, but how were Kate's hopes for Cambridge's number four baby shattered?
Prince William and Kate are the proud parents of three children.
According to body language and wellness expert Emily Wysock-Wright, the Duchess of Cambridge is the most maternal of royal mothers.
Explaining her decision, she said that the Duchess and Prince William "graciously" brought three children "to the Royal Society and took a stand against tradition, trying to ensure they had the most normal life possible."
She defined Kate as maternal in the sense of being a loving mother, adding: "If there is a word, I would say" loving. "It is the natural instincts within mothers that are formed from the moment of conception.
"It is a very strong bond that can only be explained through the chemistry between a mother and her child. It is the desire and almost needs to take care of your child."
But although she is the most maternal, it looks like baby number four shouldn't be.
The Duchess of Cambridge insisted that Prince William ruled out the possibility of having more children.
Speaking to the Khidmat Center in Bradford on Wednesday, the mother of three said her family was complete.
Speaking to a royal fan who said she had sent her greeting cards after each of her children was born, she said she was unlikely to receive another.
She said, "I don't think William wants it anymore."
Kate previously admitted that she was feeling "shocking" upon meeting an adorable five-month-old baby during her tour with William in Northern Ireland.
Kate couldn't resist going to little James Barr, saying to her father, Alan Barr, "He's beautiful. It makes me feel thoughtful.
She then greeted baby James, saying to him, "You are a very sweet boy."
Alan boldly asked Kate, "Baby number four?"
Kate replied with a laugh: "I think William would be a little worried."
Despite his wife's litter, Prince William does not want any more children.
The news is a surprise to royalty fans, but it may explain the comment the Duke of Cambridge made after the birth of baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor.
Upon hearing the news that he was now an uncle, he congratulated his brother and said he was excited to meet the new baby.
He said: "I am very pleased and happy to welcome my own brother into the sleep deprivation society that is a mother."
But recent news has now hindered betting odds.
According to bookmakers in coral, the chances of Prince William and Kate announcing a pregnancy in 2020 are 1/2.
In comparison, the chances of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announcing a pregnancy are 1/2.