Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge may have only just recently given birth to her first child, but according to royal biographer Katie Nicholl, we shouldn't be surprised if her and Prince William welcome more babies to their family - but don't expect any for a while.
The 32 year-old, who gave birth to her first child on July 22, has always made it clear that starting a family with husband Prince William was her priority, as was his and with the arrival of George we spoke to Katie Nicholl, who recently published Kate: The Future Queen, as to whether we should expect the couple to have another one soon.
Admitting to EntertainmentWise that Prince George will probably get a brother or sister soon, the royal editor at the Daily Mail claimed the couple were a little busy with getting to grips with parenthood to think about adding to their brood.
Duchess admits she was "emotional," following birth of son George (Splash News)
Katie also discussed the very modern upbringing that George is set to recieve. While he might be third in line to the throne, Kate and Wills are said to be determined to give their son as much as a normal life as possible.
The couple proved this when they headed to Kate's parents house in Bucklebury, Berkshire for the first few weeks after George's arrival, where they got to know their son in the privacy of the Middleton's family home.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with son Prince George (PressAssociation)
At the time a spokesperson confirmed they were determined to do things themselves with Palace officials reportedly told the MailOnline that the couple had more than enough help, saying: "They have both got families that will care hugely for this baby."
Since then the couple have hired Prince William's own old nanny, 71 year-old Jessie Webb, who is believed to have been taken on in August.
For all the details about how the royal couple are bringing up their baby and who is looking after George check out the above video....
Katie Nicholl is a leading royal commentator and best selling author of The Making of a Royal Romance. She is also royal editor and a columnist for the Mail on Sunday and a contributing editor to Vanity Fair. Kate: The Future Queen by Katie Nicholl is published by Weinstein Books, priced £12.99, buy here. For more information visit Katie's official website here.
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