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Kate and Wills won't rush parenthood

2011-05-27 07:48
 
London - Britain's Prince William and Catherine, duchess of Cambridge are unlikely to rush into parenthood.

The couple - who married last month after eight years of dating - are reportedly planning to enjoy some time as a married couple before having kids with a source close to the pair revealing William likes to take his time with important decisions.

An insider told website PopEater: "Don't get too excited. Knowing William it won't be any time soon.

He's like his father and thinks everything through before he does anything. He will be the same about planning a family."

Surprisingly, the source has instead tipped William's unmarried younger brother Harry, 26 - who recently split from his on/off girlfriend Chelsy Davy -  to become a dad before his older sibling, claiming Harry relies more on his instincts.

The pal added: "Harry is the opposite - he is much more like his mother. Harry goes with his gut. Harry will probably have a baby before William."



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