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Kate Middleton Is Suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum During Her Third Pregnancy

06 September 2017

The royals - who announced Monday they are expecting a third child - filed a criminal complaint for invasion of privacy and obtained an injunction preventing further use of the images.

In his first appearance since Monday's announcement, Prince William said "there was not much sleep going on" but the pregnancy was "very good news".

This means that Charlotte will remain as fourth in line to the throne - regardless of whether the new royal baby, due next Spring, is a boy or a girl.

Harry was in Manchester visiting a center supporting people affected by a bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in May when he gave his reaction.

An Australian Monarchists spokesman said the league was delighted by the announcement and sent their "warm greetings and congratulations" to the royal couple.

Kensington Palace in London, where the Duke and Duchess now live, confirmed the recent speculation about Kate's condition, today.

Prince William married Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey. "Great. Very, very happy for them".

His brother Prince Harry was also asked how Kate was feeling during an engagement and said: "I haven't seen her for a while, but I think she's okay", according to the Daily Express.

Prince Harry said he was delighted with the prospect the new addition.

While everyone - the public included - are super excited about the royal pregnancy, some clever football fans came up with an interesting theory about the timing of Duchess Kate's pregnancy.

Kate, William, George and Charlotte arrive at the service of St. Mark's Church on Christmas Day on December 25, 2016 in Bucklebury, Berkshire. In the meantime, don't forget to check back with CBL for all the latest Kate Middleton pregnancy updates and news on your favorite celebrity parents!

A leading doctor has shed light on the agony caused by Kate Middleton's morning sickness.

The couple already have two children, George, four, and Charlotte, two.

Kate Middleton Is Suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum During Her Third Pregnancy