How the papers reported the news of the Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy
Tuesday 04 December 2012
The news that people have been awaiting for more than a year came at 4.01pm yesterday afternoon. In a short, four-sentence statement, St James's Palace announced that the Duchess of Cambridge was expecting a baby, and everything changed.
COULD IT BE TWINS FOR KATE?
St James's Palace yesterday made one of the most eagerly anticipated announcements in years with confirmation that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant.
PREGNANT KATE HAS 'SEVERE MORNING SICKNESS'
Acute morning sickness and an admission to hospital led to the unexpected announcement that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were expecting a baby yesterday.
WE'VE GOT SOMETHING TO TELL YOU. QUEEN - AND WORLD - FIND OUT KATE IS PREGNANT
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge ended months of intense speculation yesterday by announcing that they are expecting their first child - one that will instantly become third in line to the throne.
BABY JOY FOR KATE & WILLS
The Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with a future King or Queen, but she was in hospital last night suffering from acute morning sickness.
A NATION'S JOY, A HUSBAND'S NERVES
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced they were expecting their first child yesterday - a day of intense joy for the nation.
PREGNANT KATE 'IN HOSPITAL FOR DAYS'
The Duchess of Cambridge was in hospital last night with a rare and potentially serious condition after revealing she is pregnant.
The Duchess of Cambridge was in hospital last night with severe morning sickness - as the nation celebrated the surprise news that she is pregnant.
ROYAL BABY: IT'S ALL DOWN TO COCONUTS...AND PLENTY OF BRUSSELS SPROUTS!
Prince William and wife Kate are expecting their first baby next summer, thanks to the magical love-powers of coconuts ...and Brussels sprouts.
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