C#/XAML/WPF: Handling the DoubleClick event only on the Window

I've created a basic WPF form with buttons on it and so forth.

I've taken out all of the chrome and created close button, minimise etc. and also added a DoubleClick handler to the form so that the form maximises/minimises with each double click.

However, whenever I double-click any of the controls on the form (or click twice fast enough so a double-click is registered) the form handles the double-click.

Is there a way I can disable this behaviour so the form itself only handles the double click when the mouse is not over a control? i.e. just the title bar?
Matt CartlidgeSenior Infrastructure EngineerAsked:
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
Does the form have an e.OriginalSource?

If so you can check that against the form.

EG on form Double click:
     if (e.OriginalSource is Form)
        // do something

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Matt CartlidgeSenior Infrastructure EngineerAuthor Commented:
I used the suggested method as follows :-

            if (e.OriginalSource is StackPanel sp)
                if (sp.Name == "StackPanelTitle")
                    ButtonRestore_Click(sender, e);
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