The Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant!

By Kirstin Buick
08 September 2014

Kate is expecting her second child, Kensington Palace announced this morning.

Kate is expecting her second child, Kensington Palace announced this morning.

The Duchess (32) is suffering from acute morning sickness and is currently being treated by doctors at her Kensington Palace apartment.

The royal announcement comes after Kate was forced to pull out of an engagement in Oxford earlier today.

"The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news that their Royal Highnesses are expecting their second child," the palace said in a statement.

A senior royal source told The Daily Mail that the couple only found out "very recently".

"The Duchess has not even reached the crucial 12-week stage. But when it became apparent that she was no well enough to join the Duke on a joint engagement in Oxford today and that the number of forthcoming engagements could be affected, the Duke and Duchess have taken the difficult decision to be fully open about the pregnancy."

Kate also suffered from severe morning sickness, or hyperemesis gravidarum, while pregnant with Prince George, now 13 months. In early December last year, she was admitted to hospital, prompting the palace to announce she was expecting.

William (32) recently announced that he would be taking a position as an East Anglian air ambulance pilot at Cambridge airport, conveniently close by to the Cambridge's new home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk. The 10-bedroom mansion on the Queen's Sandringham estate was recently renovated to accommodate the Cambridges and little George.

Additional sources: theguardian.com, dailymail.co.uk

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