The second baby of Kate and William is expected in late April, and if it is born on the 29th, it will be a nice Anniversary gift for Wills and Kate. If it is born earlier on the 21st, the new Royal will share a birthday with the Queen. If the baby arrives after it’s due date, it could possibly have its birthday on election day 7th May 2015.
In a statement, the palace said the 32-year-old Duchess, who is roughly fourteen weeks pregnant, continued to suffer from extreme morning sickness but her condition was ‘steadily improving’. The royal couple’s second baby will be 4th in line to the throne, behind one-year-old Prince George, who was born in July 2013.
Kate recently took off to her parents while she was ‘struggling terribly’ with her debilitating antenatal sickness. The royal retreated to her family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire, last week with her son, Prince George.
Her mother Carole Middleton has helped to take charge of her recovery and has been researching alternative sickness cures on the internet.
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