Kate Middleton was broody again in her recent engagement.

The Duchess of Cambridge unveiled a garden at the RHS Garden Wisley on Tuesday. Middleton showed off her fun and motherly side when she danced away with the children at the garden launch. According to Express, Middleton was broody again.

Middleton planted a blue cedar tree in the modern garden that is designed to be a new space where families can play, discover things and relax. The visitors can also enjoy trampolines and experience life in a willow pod.

The Royal Horticultural Society worked on the design of the garden with Middleton and Davies White Landscape Architects. Middleton was thrilled with the project.

“The Back to Nature festival is a fitting finale to a project I have been thrilled to be part of,” Middleton said.

“It has been the most amazing experience and I can’t thank the RHS enough for giving me this wonderful opportunity. It has been the most amazing experience and I can’t thank the RHS enough for giving me this wonderful opportunity.”

Middleton has been showing signs of being broody on her recent outings, so many claim that she seriously wants another baby after Prince Louis. In June, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Cumbria together. On the said outing, the duchess appeared broody when she couldn’t help but gush over her adorable little fans. She was also seen playfully holding a youngster’s leg while grinning at the child.

In July, the odds of Prince William and Middleton having a fourth baby were slashed after the palace released official photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby. According to Coral’s spokesperson Harry Aitkenhead, it’s very likely that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will add a new member to their family in the next 18 months or so. Some are even betting that they would make a pregnancy announcement this year.

However, not everyone is supportive of Prince William and Middleton having another baby again. Many netizens believe that the royal couple should set an example by having fewer children. Meanwhile, another said that it’s “irresponsible” to do so and urged the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to “stop breeding love and start contributing.”

Kate Middleton Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attend the traditional Easter Sunday church service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on April 21, 2019 in Windsor, England. Photo: Getty Images/Max Mumby