Duchess 'planning five children'
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to be keen to expand their family further after the birth of their second child.
It was recently announced that the 32-year-old royal and her husband Prince William are expecting their second child, following on from the birth of their son George last July. It has yet to be confirmed what gender the couple's unborn child is, but Catherine - known as Kate Middleton prior to her nuptials - is reportedly keen to have a big brood in the future.
It's thought the brunette beauty and William are looking to make their base Anmer Hall in Norfolk, UK, a family home like the prince had growing up with his sibling Harry and father Prince Charles.
"Kate often talks about her dream of filling the bedrooms at Anmer, and she already knows exactly what she wants - three girls and two boys," an insider told British magazine Look. "William's totally behind it. I imagine he loves the idea of having a squad of his own sports stars, and remembers how much of a bonding experience that was for him, Harry and his dad... What really made Kate want a big family was seeing how amazing Wills was with George."
While pregnant with her son, Catherine suffered acute morning sickness, a condition which has returned now she is carrying her second child. William has told devoted followers his wife is "feeling OK" and while she may be struggling, the Duchess is said to be looking past the unpleasant feelings.
"Pregnancy hasn't been easy for her but she's so maternal and she gets her biggest sense of purpose in life from being a mom. That's what's spurring her on to have more," the insider added.
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