Kate Middleton, who is pregnant with her first child, is already planning a second child.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is due in July, is said to be amazed at how well her pregnancy has gone, despite a severe bout of morning sickness, the Daily Star reported.
The 31-year-old Princess has reportedly told search-and-rescue pilot William that they should try for back-to-back babies.
A close pal of Catherine told the publication that she needed to see how the next few weeks go, but Kate says it's been a breeze so far, apart from the terrible morning sickness she suffered at the start.
The insider explained that Kate wants to see how she feels after the baby is born but she sees no reason why they can't start trying for another baby almost straight away.
Kate has apparently been telling pals that she wants to give her body a little time to recover after her tot arrives in mid-July.
But she and the Duke of Cambridge are already looking at trying to conceive as soon as January next year, when she will turn 32.
She has also revealed to friends that she would like at least three children and does not want to leave it too long before expanding their brood.
The source insisted that she certainly doesn't want to be having babies when she's 40, so for her there is no time to lose as she likes the idea of having a heir and a spare just a few months apart.
The close pal added that the Duchess' inspiration for having kids in quick succession comes from her mother Carole, 58, who got pregnant with Pippa just 11 months after giving birth to her. (ANI)