The royal baby is making its way with tiny footsteps in the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Kensington Palace let out the good news, "Their royal highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their third child. The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news."
Father Prince William and the mommy, Duchess Kate Middleton are in for a good news again. The news came out amidst the cancellation of engagement on Monday, because of extreme morning sickness. Presently, their kids, Prince George is four years old, and Princess Charlotte is two. Now, they will soon have another sibling, to make their days happy. Duchess Kate had to pull out of an appointment with the Hornsey Road Children's Centre in London, which had been planned for Monday afternoon.
The third child will be fifth in line to the British throne. The family is more than delighted with the news.
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This announcement is made when the couple's eldest child, four-year-old Prince George is to start school at Thomas's Battersea, London.
There are many rules that she has to abide by. On an overseas tour of Singapore in 2012, Kate revealed that she will be delighted to have two more kids!
We cannot wait to see the three of them enjoying in the lobbies and spatial gardens of the royal palace.
Born with a silver spoon, Prince George is just soo cute, there is no shifting gaze from him.
It was on the same day he got married to Kate Middleton. Their third kid will be even cuter, gosh!
There are speculations on the new born's name to be short on Alice or Alexandra for a girl, and James or Philip for a boy.
This phase of expecting is a very beautiful time between a couple. It is when the lady needs extra care and the husband is there to support her, day and night.
Kate is expected to be less than 12 weeks pregnant. Kate is also one of three kids, with a sister, Pippa Matthews, and brother, James Middleton.
We wish all the good health and strength to the Duchess of Cambridge.
Waiting to hear those baby cries.