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Will And Kate Kids: Prince William Reveals He Wants Two Children

09/12/2012 10:13 EDT | Updated 09/12/2012 10:14 EDT
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SINGAPORE - SEPTEMBER 12: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge pose with a young artist as they visit The Rainbow Centre on day 2 of the Diamond Jubilee Tour of the Far East on September 12, 2012 in Singapore. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge are on a Diamond Jubilee Tour of the Far East taking in Singapore, Malaysia, the Solomon Islands and the tiny Pacific Island of Tuvalu. (Photo by Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images)

It was been well known that Will wants to start a family with Kate, but in Singapore this week he got more specific.

During a Far East and South Pacific tour with Kate that started in Singapore Wednesday, he was taking part in a colourful walkabout when he was asked by a little boy how big a family he would like, reports NEWS.com.au. "Two," Will answered right away.

This marks the first time that either of them has publicly put a number on how many children they would like to have together.

Will, of course, has one sibling -- Prince Harry -- and Kate grew up with two siblings, younger sister Pippa and younger brother James.

Family must be on Will's mind in Singapore, where during a visit to the Botantic Gardens he viewed a flower named after his mother Diana 15 years earlier -- a Dendrobium Memoria Princess Diana orchid.

So if Will has his way, it will be two kids. Though if you count their Cocker Spaniel Lupo, that'll be three!

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