The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are allegedly planning to try for a baby when he returns from the Falklands.
The couple are apparently hoping to bring up their baby at their cottage in Wales.
They believe that their home on the Isle of Angelsey would be the perfect place for the baby's first year.
The royal couple will move to Kensington Palace after Prince William finishes his tour of duty as a helicopter pilot
A source told the Sunday Mirror: "They see it as a great opportunity to spend the early months as a family in the peace and tranquility of Anglesey, away from the pressure of public life.
"Anglesey is perfect for them. The neighbours are welcoming and protective, the farmhouse where they live has the best security, and they love the area."
They added: "The plan is to start trying after he comes back.
"They've been telling friends they'd love a family and feel it's a great time to get cracking."
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