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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Kate Middleton pregnant with her first child

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, pregnant with her first child, palace announces


PRINCE William and his wife, Catherine, have announced they are expecting a baby, ending days of speculation the 30-year-old duchess was pregnant.


Kate Middleton, Pregnant, Royal Baby, Beautiful

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge smiles and waves to the crowds from the balcony of Cambridge Guildhall as she pays an official visit to Cambridge with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.


The announcement came after Kate, 30, was taken late Monday afternoon to King Edward VII Hospital in London where she is expected to remain for several days with severe morning sickness.


Kate Middleton, Pregnant, Royal Baby, Beautiful

The baby announcement is made on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Official website .


The condition is more often experienced by women expecting twins.
William, also 30, drove Kate to hospital after she fell ill while they had been staying at her parents' house in Berkshire, west of London.
He visited his wife in hospital before leaving to a flurry of flashbulbs at around 8:20pm London time (6.20am AEDT).
The news was met with great joy from the royal households and the general public.
The couple put out a statement saying they were "delighted with the news".
"The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry and members of both families are delighted with the news,” their statement said.




Kate Middleton, Pregnant, Royal Baby, Beautiful

Kate Middleton is expecting a baby, St James Palace says.


The Daily Mail reports that that members of both the Royal Family - including the Queen - were only told about the pregnancy after the decision was made to admit Kate to hospital. The Middletons were, however, already aware given her condition this weekend.
The palace said the couple were only "recently'' aware that Catherine was pregnant.
The Press Association reported that the pregnancy has not passed the 12-week point and that the announcement was prompted by her medical condition.
The timing of the Duchess's pregnancy will lead to immediate speculation about where the baby was conceived.
The fact that Kate is not yet 12 weeks pregnant means the baby was conceived after the couple's holiday in France at the beginning of September, when topless pictures of the Duchess were taken.
Kate could, however, have conceived during the couple's tour of the Far East later in September.


Child will be third in line for throne


The baby will be born third in line to the throne, thanks to laws changed last year in Britain, and it will be the first time in almost 120 years a serving monarch gets to meet a great grandchild born directly into succession to the crown.
When the newest addition to the Royal Family arrives, Prince Harry, the baby's uncle, will be bumped down the line of succession to fourth place.





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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge make the journey by carriage procession to Buckingham Palace past crowds of spectators following their marriage at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.


British Prime Minister David Cameron was the first to congratulate the couple taking to Twitter to state "they will make wonderful parents”.
William's uncle Earl Charles Spencer -- the brother of Diana who won praise for his emotional eulogy at her funeral after she died in a car crash in Paris in 1997 -- said he was "thrilled for them both''.


Kate pregnancy rumours have been rife for weeks



Kate Middleton, Sports, Pregnant, Royal Baby, Beautiful

Just last week Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, visited St Andrews School, where she attended school from 1986 till 1995, in Pangbourne, England. 


Rumours of a pregnancy had been rife for weeks but hit a crescendo last week with many taking to the internet to discuss the future royal baby.

[heraldsun.com]


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