In a rare interview, Prince William gave ABC News the clearest sign yet that he and his wife Kate Middleton are planning to try for a baby soon.
In an interview to mark his grandmother’s diamond jubilee - 60 years on the throne - the future king said starting a family is a top priority.
Discussing his military plans, Prince William, who will himself turn 30 next month (Kate Middleton turned 30 this winter), told Katie Couric:
"More importantly, I’d rather like to have children. That’s the key thing really."
"But I’m just very keen to have a family and both Catherine and I, you know, are very much looking forward to having a family in the future."
When asked whether there was anything he would like to announce, the prince said coyly: "You won’t get anything out of me. Tight lipped."
Fortunately, Couric didn't overtly ask about the recent pregnancy rumors.
William and brother his Prince Harry opened up during an interview at Clarence House in London for The Jubilee Queen, ABC's special series on her.
Watch another portion of the special feature after the jump: