Kate's pregnancy has been an anxious time, admits William


On Tuesday, Prince William attended the National Mental Health and Policing conference in Oxford, England, and, not surprisingly, the duke was asked about Kate Middleton's pregnancy.

The ink has barely dried on the royal announcement of a third baby for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, but royal watchers and bookies have wasted no time getting down to speculating on what the name of the new addition will be. Their Royal Highnesses hold links with numerous organisations involved in supporting the community.

News broke this morning that Kate is pregnant with her third child, to add to her growing family. He also noted that "There's not much sleep going on at the moment".

"We just need Catherine to get over this first bit, then we can start celebrating next week". Pippa has always been very caring towards her sister and seems to take her role as aunt very seriously.

Kensington Palace did not confirm when the baby is due however United Kingdom media reports suggest it could be in March or April next year.

IT'S sleepless nights for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they cope with her third pregnancy.

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Kensington Palace announced the news on Monday, saying that the Queen and Royal Family are "delighted" with the news.

As with her previous two pregnancies, Middleton is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, which is "very acute morning sickness, which may require supplementary hydration, medication and nutrients", according to the statement. If William and Kate are like most normal people, that would put the due date sometime in March 2018.

The new pregnancy announcement is made the same week four-year-old Prince George is set to start school at Thomas's Battersea school in south London. William's brother, Prince Harry, told reporters on Monday that the pregnancy news is "fantastic, great".

The duchess, 35, is believed to be between eight and 12 weeks pregnant, Daily Mail reported, also stating Her Majesty the Queen said she is "delighted" to have a sixth great-grandchild. Kensington Palace elected to announce her baby news early after she was forced to cancel a public appearance.

He said: "I grew up on the street all my life so to see Prince Harry on it is a bit of a shock".

His nine-year-old daughter Lisa said she was looking forward to the royal baby's birth.