The idea of having the fourth kid for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been flying all over the net. People put high hopes on Kate following the Queen's example.
It was said that Kate and William would like to have another daughter, just like gentle and adorable Princess Charlotte. But everything is possible, right?
Hmm, not really.
Royal fans have been speculating that the Cambridges are considering another baby for months now. However, it might be a bad idea for Kate being pregnant once again, due to a wide range of risks.
First and foremost, Duchess Catherine isn't young for pregnancy anymore. She's 37 years old, and such age isn't very favorable for carrying a baby. Such complications as gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, low birth weight, and the need for a C-section may ensue.
Second, all three gestations were hard for Kate since she suffers from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. This rare condition causes severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy which can cause dehydration, vitamin deficiencies, and inability to maintain a healthy weight. At worst, it could lead to hospitalization for these issues.
When Kate Middleton was in Northern Ireland, she mentioned that her husband Prince William might be “worried” about having another baby.
But why would she say that?
When the married couple of 9 years had a 3-day tour across Northern Ireland, the mother-of-three met a toddler, saying, "He makes me feel broody. "
But when she was asked about baby #4, Kate replied that William would be "slightly worried." All because Kate's welfare isn't pleasant during pregnancies and William would be too concerned about his wife's and potential baby's health state.
Maybe three children are more than enough? The age truly isn't favorable for experiencing tough moments. What do you think?