Barely two months on from the birth of baby George, rumours are rife that Kate Middleton is planning her next child.
Kate and her hubby Prince William have recently moved into their newly renovated home at Kensington Palace, which it appears they've designed with family in mind.
Their 57-room apartment reportedly features not one, but two nurseries.
Us Weekly reports that one is a day and the other a night nursery, but the extra room seems to suggest the couple want a sibling for little George.
Kate and Wills, both 31, are said to be loving life as parents since welcoming their son on 22nd July.
An insider recently told Life & Style magazine: "William and Kate are very keen to start trying for baby No. 2.
"They’d be thrilled if Kate were pregnant by Christmas.
"William and Kate will be splitting their time during the holidays with Kate’s family and the queen in Sandringham House in Norfolk, so it would be the perfect moment for an announcement."
Palace expert Jeremy Fine supports the source's claims as he reckons the couple want to ensure their children are close when they grow up.
He told the mag: "Royal or not, all couples want to mirror the special bond they had with their own siblings.
"William, who has one younger brother, has said in the past that he definitely wants two children, while Kate, who has a younger sister and a younger brother, has told friends that she hopes to have at least three."
But it seems hard to believe Kate and Wills have babies on the mind already as they have so much on their plate at the moment.
It was recently announced that Wills is leaving the armed forces after more than seven years of full-time service.
He'll now focus on his duties as a royal and a charity ambassador.
They've also been planning George's christening, which will take place on 23rd October in The Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace.
Kensington Palace said "close members of both families" will attend, but the names of other guests are yet to be released.
The christening will be a private event and photos will be released at a later date.