Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting their third child

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child, Kensington Palace has announced.

The Duke and Duchess have one son, George, and one daughter, Charlotte, aged four and two.

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

As with her two previous pregnancies, the announcement said Kate is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum and would not be attending an engagement scheduled in London on Monday.

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Kate Middleton is pregnant for the third time, Kensington Palace confirmed this morning.

Thomas's Battersea will welcome the young prince and his parents on Thursday.

Paddy Power offered 8-to-1 odds on Alice. She is being cared for at their London home.

When asked on a royal tour in Singapore in 2012 about how many children he wanted, William said he was "thinking about having two".

Closer Weekly previously reported that she was rushed to hospital several weeks ago for an unknown reason, and was released the following day.

And Kate also gave an extremely telling clue that she wants more children in the future in Poland. However, Prince Harry will be pushed further down the line of succession by his newest nephew or niece.

Betting on a third child for William and Kate began to take off in the run-up to Charlotte's christening when the princess was only nine weeks old.

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