While attending the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Aldershot today, Prince William shot down the suggestion the royal couple are already thinking about baby number two.
"Maybe one day," he replied when asked. "One's enough at the moment!"
Kate Middleton gave birth to Prince George, the third in line to the throne, in July 2013, with the eyes of the world upon her.
Since then, the young royal has been kept largely away from the cameras, with his last public appearance being way back in October at his Christening.
Today, the Duke and Duchess left baby George at home (presumably with their newly-hired nanny) to visit the Irish Guards for St. Patrick's Day.
At the annual event, a green-clad and radiant looking Kate handed out sprigs of shamrocks to the officers and guardsman – and the battalion's mascot, a gorgeous Irish wolfhound.
While there, the royal couple were peppered with questions about their baby son, revealing the eight-month-old has begun crawling and spends a lot of time eating.
Like plenty of babies, then!
We'll get a fresh glimpse at Prince George when he joins his parents on their three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand next month. The royal party are expected to touch down in Oz on 7 April for a jam-packed schedule that will take them across the country.
Guardsman Glenn Tierney was quoted by People saying: "I asked them all about George. I'm nosy like that. They said he's doing really well and he's very busy crawling and eating. They said they're very busy sorting everything out for taking him to Australia. They're very excited [about the trip]."
For Kate, it will be her third overseas venture this year. She's already visited the Caribbean island of Mustique with family in January, and is just back from a sun-soaked break to the Maldives with Prince William. Yes, we know, we're jealous too...
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