As RadarOnline.com readers know, the royals announced the pregnancy just this past Monday, and William has assured it was "very good news" despite Kate's ongoing battle with severe morning sickness.
According to Harry, Kate goes well, but a priori do not know much more than we can: "I have not seen for a long time but I think it's going well ". But she is expected to next be seen in public on Thursday, when she and William will escort George to his first day of school at Thomas's Battersea.
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. As a result, the Duchess of Cambridge has had to announce her pregnancies a bit earlier than most doctors recommend, because she is simply unable to attend all of her royal engagements.
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IT'S sleepless nights for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they cope with her third pregnancy.
Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess and their entire family on this very exciting news!
The 34-year-old pop princess, who recently welcomed her first child, five-month-old Bear with Liam Payne, extended jubilation via Twitter on Monday upon hearing the exciting news, while the 46-year-old presenter also wrote a touching message.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton, a practicing OB/GYN, told ABC News in 2014 when Middleton was pregnant with her second child, Charlotte, that the condition can be quite severe.