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Prince William – “I’d rather like to have children”

Prince William reveals his thoughts on having a family in an intimate interview to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

Posted: 30 May 2012
by Sophie Westnedge
Prince William and Kate Middleton
Prince William talks candidly about his plans for a family

Prince William shared his views on starting a family with Catherine in an interview to mark his grandmother’s Diamond Jubilee, reports the Daily Mail.

The 30-year-old royal opened up in an interview for US show The Juilee Queen, which will be shown tonight on ABC.

After talking about his career plans William revealed his thoughts on children.

"I’d rather like to have children. So that’s the key thing really.” William said.

He continued: “I’m just very keen to have a family and both Catherine and I, you know, are looking forward to having a family in the future.”

After being asked whether there was anything he wanted to announce, William replied: “You won’t get anything out of me. Tight lipped.”

Oh William, how you tease us. And after Mike Tindall's comments earlier this year we're definately on royal baby red alert!

With the Queen’s diamond jubilee coming up, here at TB HQ, we’re expecting a boom in royal baby names. If you fancy naming your little prince or princess a royally gorgeous name check out our top 10 royal baby names for boys and favourite royal names for girls, and what they mean.

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