• Kate Middleton kicked off her solo royal tour in Denmark Tuesday
  • The Duchess of Cambridge met with parents and their babies when she visited the University of Copenhagen
  • Middleton shared that being around babies makes her "very broody," which "worries" Prince William

Kate Middleton has hinted that she and her husband Prince William have no plans to welcome another child, but the duchess still feels broody when around infants.

On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge met with parents and their babies when she visited the University of Copenhagen on the first day of her two-day solo royal tour in Denmark.

Middleton, whose royal work includes early childhood development, also met with and learned from world-leading researchers running the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project, which "aims to promote the mental wellbeing of parents and their children — and the relationship between them," according to a statement from Kensington Palace.

During the visit, Middleton — who shares Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, with Prince William — joked about one downside of constantly being around babies as part of her royal work.

"It makes me very broody," Middleton was quoted by People as saying during the outing. "William always worries about me meeting under 1-year-olds. I come home saying, 'Let's have another one.'"

Prince William recently joked about his wife wanting another baby during the couple's visit to Lancashire, England, in January.

During the outing, Middleton posed for a photo with an onlooker's baby girl. The crowd cooed over the adorable picture, prompting the duke to joke, "Don't give my wife any more ideas!"

When Middleton turned to the baby's parents to return her, Prince William teased his wife, "Don't take her with you."

Middleton also admitted she felt "broody" as she met an adorable 5-month-old baby during her and Prince William's February 2019 visit to Northern Ireland.

The child's father asked, "Baby number four?"

Middleton replied with a laugh: "I think William would be a little worried."

In January 2020, the duchess chatted with the crowd during a visit to the town of Bradford. Josh Macpalce, a royal fan, told the mom of three that he has sent her cards congratulating her following the births of her children.

However, Middleton hinted that he might not need to send another one in the future, saying, "I don't think William wants any more."

Middleton announced her visit to Denmark two weeks ago by sharing on Instagram a clip of herself assembling the country's flag and name using Lego bricks.

"Denmark is a beacon of best practice in its approach to the early years which values the roles of parents," the duchess said.

In a more recent post following the first day of her tour, Middleton highlighted Denmark's "Alarm Distress Baby Scale" and "Understanding your Baby" programs that provide "a vital two-step process to identify infants who are at risk of adverse social and emotional development."

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COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - FEBRUARY 22: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the 'Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project' (CIMPH) 'Understanding Your Baby Project' at Børnemuseet Children's Museum on February 22, 2022 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Duchess of Cambridge visits Copenhagen between 22nd and 23rd February on a working visit with The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage