Prince William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge have started to enjoy her latest pregnancy after an anxious few weeks, according to the father-to-be.
The happy parents announced the news of pregnancy Monday, September 4, via a press release from Kensington palace. "Kate has talked to the queen about her motherhood plans, and she has been incredibly supportive", a close friend of the Duchess revealed.
So far, the extreme morning sickness is again the reason, leaving Duchess Kate feeling too poorly to carry out her royal engagements. But now her husband Prince William may have let slip on where she is in her pregnancy. The Duchess of Cambridge was therefore most certainly hospitalized before her holidays in Scotland.
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She says: "We are seeing the mushrooming of these very flimsy shelters that will not be able to house people for too long". Tutu, who helped dismantle apartheid in South Africa and became the moral voice of the nation, joined in the condemnation.
Appearing at the Police Chief's National Mental Health and Policing Conference about mental health issues facing first responders, William first thanked the crowd for their congratulations on the baby news. "[It's] fantastic, great", he told reporters, adding a thumbs up. She is being cared for at the royal couple's apartment in London's Kensington Palace and wasn't able to attend a planned engagement at the Hornsey Road Children's Centre later that day.
Sovereign Charles said he's charmed with the news, Clarence House - official living arrangement of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall - said in an announcement, as did the Queen.
After being given a present designed for newborns while in Warsaw, she laughed and turned to William, saying: "We will just have to have more babies".
The soon-to-be sixth heir in line said that he "hadn't seen [Kate] in a while" but she's doing "O.K". "I wonder if she will stop at three?" It's without a doubt though that the entire world will be on royal baby bump watch!