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Kate And William Defy Royal Convention As They Are Expecting Their Third Child

Not since the Queen, who had four children, has a royal prince had more than one sibling. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are definitely doing it their way as they are expecting their third child in April or May next year.

Kate has made no secret of her desire to expand the family and is one of three children herself

Kate’s mom, Carole Middleton was seen leaving Kensington Palace in a black Land Rover, where she had spent the day with her daughter, who is suffering with Hyperemesis Gravidarum.

The Duchess, 35, who is believed to be between eight and 12 weeks pregnant, battled chronic morning sickness during her first two pregnancies and was hospitalised when expecting George in 2012.

The Duchess, 35, is believed to be between eight and 12 weeks pregnant and looked well last week, but had been forced to cancel a London engagement bringing forward her pregnancy announcement

She  is still ‘hopeful’ she will be able to take Prince George to his first day of school, sources have said.

Reports have it that the Queen is delighted about welcoming her sixth great grandchild, Prince Harry thinks it’s ‘Fantastic’ to have a new niece or nephew added to the family and Kate’s uncle Gary, doesn’t think they will stop at baby number 3.

The news about her third pregnancy was revealed to the world yesterday as Kate has had to cancel engagements because of how poorly she feels.

The happy news that George, four, and Charlotte, two, will have a new sibling next year came via Kensington Palace - who were forced to release the news because Kate has severe morning sickness again

Congrats to the amazing parents who already  have two children, Prince George, four, and two-year-old Princess Charlotte.

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