The Middleton family is enjoying an exciting time after Kate’s brother James married “the love of his life” in France last weekend. In a post on Instagram, James Middleton said “no words can describe how happy I am” after he and Alizee Thevenet tied the knot.
It is believed that Kate, Prince William and their children Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six and three-year-old Prince Louis were at the wedding.
The ceremony took place in in Bormes-les-Mimosas, a village in Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur, southeast France. Some have also speculated over whether the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could have their own exciting family moment in the near future.
Royal experts have claimed that Kate’s recent absence from public life for the last two months was more likely due to the family being on their summer holidays.
However, this comes just a few months after another royal expert claimed Kate wants another baby, while another insisted the couple would consider a fourth child, matching the Queen’s number.
Following the couple’s trip to Scotland in June, Royal expert Duncan Larcombe said he doesn’t think William and Kate have ruled out the idea of having a fourth child.He told OK! magazine: “I don’t think Kate and William have ever ruled out the possibility of baby number four.
Their children really bring out the best in them and Kate is a natural mother and very doting with children. With Kate, despite her focus on her royal duty, her family still comes first. I wouldn’t be surprised if they decided on another baby.
These comments came after reports in February, where one royal source claimed that four children was part of Kate’s “plan”, but was put on hold due to Covid.The source told Us Weekly: “Having four children was always part of Kate’s plan.
“She put the idea on hold when [the coronavirus pandemic] hit, but now there is light at the end of the tunnel with the vaccine and [Prince George and Princess Charlotte] scheduled to return to school in April.”Royal baby talk is currently focused on Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their daughter Lilibet Diana as many wonder whether she will be christened in the UK.
Sunday Times royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah said: “I think given Harry and Meghan decided that they want their life to be in America and Lilibet was born in America ‒ I’m not sure she will be baptised quite yet, she’s very little.”