Prince William: Kate Middleton and I Are Looking Forward to Having Kids Together
After months, and months and months of tabloid fodder, Prince William finally addressed speculation over whether or not he and his wife of one year, Kate Middleton, 30, are planning to have children together in the future.
In an exclusive interview with ABC's Katie Couric, which aired Tuesday evening, the 29-year-old Prince admitted he is "very keen to have a family."
"Both Catherine and I are looking forward to having a family in the future," he told Couric.
But when is it going to happen?
"You won't get anything out of me," he quipped. "Tight-lipped."
Meanwhile, William -- who just yesterday opened up about his late mother, Princess Diana, who died in a fatal car accident, in 1997 -- will have to make another big decision by the end of this year: whether to continue serving in the Royal Air Force, or to assume his Royal duties full-time.
"I’m still trying to decide," he said. "It’s a really difficult one, because I really enjoy my time in the Air Force," he said.
"But the pressures of my other life are building," he added. "And fighting them off or balancing the two of them has proven quite difficult."
"More importantly, I’d rather like to have children, so that's the key thing, really."
As it turns out, William and Kate aren't the only members of the Royal Family who have kids on the brain. In fact, William's younger brother, Prince Harry, 27, says he, too, is looking to have a family in the future.
"I’ve longed for kids since I was very, very young. And so I’m just ... waiting to find the right person, someone who’s willing to take on the job."
Your move, ladies.