The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed that there are no future plans for a fourth baby with her husband, Prince William. She says the couple discussed having a brother for their three children, but decided to vote against.
It has been a difficult week for the real family.
Such reports said that Prince William is disappointed, Kate Middleton is "incredibly hurt,"Queen Elizabeth II feels"disappointed"and this Prince Charles is "livid"."
According to real expert Katie Nicholl, 38 Middleton she tried to serve as a "peacemaker" among her family members.
"Well, look, we know that clearly there were a lot of family tensions, fights and consequences behind the scenes," said Nicholl Entertainment tonight. "I think during all this, Kate tried very hard to be the peacemaker. Remember that she and Harry were at an incredibly close point. She, Harry and William were a very special trio and I think she's very interested in trying to see this one." slit has closed. "
Nicholl also predicted that eventually the relationship between Harry, 35, and his brother would be healed.
"At some point in the future, there will be a closeness between the four, if not themselves, by the royal cousins, because it emerged that … the Cambridge children actually only met Archie a few times," she said of recent reports. claiming that the cousins met only a few times.
"I suppose that is due to the Sussexes in Windsor and Cambridges in London," added Nicholl.
Middleton and William, 37, are parents of three children: George, 6, Charlotte, 4 and Louis, 1.
"But of course the Sussex now spend much of the year abroad, you know, you have to wonder, how close is this relationship between the royal cousins?" Nicholl said in reference to Harry and Meghan's plan to split the time between the UK and Canada. "Harry grew up very close to his cousins. It was always his intention that his children were close to William's children.
"I think everyone expects to be able to move on in this difficult time, to leave the war behind and allow royal cousins, when they are together at least in the same country, to really spend time together," Nicholl continued.
Harry was in London with his family after the Sandingram Summit where he took on his new role in the monarchy, while Meghan, 38, stayed in Canada with Archie, 8 months old.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton travel at the Queen's Annual Birthday Parade on June 8, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein / Samir Hussein / WireImage)
Harry stayed behind following Monday's summit to host the 2021 League Rugby World Cup draws for the men's, women's and wheelchair tournaments at Buckingham Palace on Thursday, after which he is expected to return to Canada.
Harry and Markle have been apart for 10 days, which Nicholl said "is the longest time he's been away from his family and certainly the longest time he's been away from Meghan since Archie was born."
According to Nicholl, Harry is "planning to stay in the UK until he finishes these commitments" and then will be "jumping on that plane to Vancouver" so he can meet with Meghan and Archie.
"He's probably desperate to get back to them," said Nicholl.