No more royal babies - for now

Last updated 12:57 18/03/2014
Prince William and Catherine Middleton
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NOT TIME FOR TWO: Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge drink during a visit to the 1st Battalion Irish Guards for a St Patrick's Day Parade.

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Prince William thinks one child is enough "at the moment".

The 31-year-old British royal is parent to Prince George, eight months, with his wife Kate Middleton.

Speculation is rife the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want another tot now, but according to UK newspaper The Herald Scotland, the prince has dismissed this as hearsay.

"Maybe one day. One's enough at the moment," he responded while visiting the Irish Guards when a soldier asked whether the royal couple were ready to expand their family.

Wills and Kate went to the military base Monday in Aldershot, England in celebration of St Patrick's Day.

The Duchess was dressed in all green at the affair, and she awarded 300 soldiers on parade with shamrocks.

Prince George will accompany his parents on a royal tour of Australia and New Zealand, which kicks off next month.

The little baby is reportedly being spoiled rotten by his grandparents, Carole and Michael Middleton.

Apparently they are relishing every opportunity to shower their grandchild with love.

"(They are) spoiling him rotten, just like any other grandparents," a source told People Magazine recently.

Prince William has previously spoken about how much he thinks his son resembles younger brother Prince Harry.

"He's a little bit of a rascal, I'll put it that way," he told CNN back in August.

"He either reminds me of my brother or me when I was younger, I'm not sure, but he's doing very well at the moment."

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