In act 3 of Macbeth, why does Macbeth wait until the very end of his discussion with the murderers to mention fleance? Why is fleance's death so important to macbeth's plan?

I couldn't tell you what scene it is, but it's when Macbeth is telling the murderers to kill banquo.

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If Fleance lives, then the prophecy of Banquo's children ruling in the kingdom could still come true.