Kate Middleton may decide to have more children while she could still get pregnant, claims a royal expert.

In 2010, Prince William and Middleton were asked if they were keen on starting their own family right after their wedding. Prince William said that they want to take things one step at a time.

“We’ll sort of gett over the marriage first and then may look at kids, but obviously we want a family so we’ll have to start thinking about that,” Prince William told ITV.

Royal expert Robert Jobson said that having children is one of the prerequisites of the job as an heir to the throne. In the book “William and Kate: The Love Story,” Jobson said that having as many children to succeed him later on in life is Prince William’s top priority.

Jobson also said that starting a family was a foregone conclusion for the Duke of Cambridge because he was entrusted with securing the line of succession of one of the oldest and most celebrated monarchies in the world with a thousand-year history.

And it didn’t take long for Prince William and Middleton to fulfill this because they had Prince George two years after they tied the knot. Princess Charlotte was born in 2015, and Prince Louis was born earlier this year.

There have also been rumors suggesting that Middleton will give birth to her fourth child sometime next year. But bookmaker Coral said that the chances of Middleton announcing another child in 2019 is quite low. Coral provided a 3/1 odds of this happening next year.

Middleton suffered from extreme morning sickness during all three of her pregnancies, and this may be one of the reasons why she may not consider having more children. The Duchess of Cambridge also has a very busy schedule just like her husband so it may be difficult to always have to go on maternity leave for six months after giving birth.

But there are two royals who is confirmed to be having a baby soon and that is Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

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Kate Middleton may have another child again in the future. Pictured: Middleton during a visit to Evelina London Children's Hospital on December 11, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson