Not much sleep, but we are delighted says Prince William

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Just one day after Kensington Palace announced Kate Middleton's third pregnancy, Prince William says the royal family could really use some shut-eye.

After speaking at the National Mental Health and Policing conference in Oxford yesterday, an audience member congratulated him on the news.

Prince WiIliam and Duchess Kate when they left the King Edward VII hospital in central London in 2012, the first time Kate was treated for hyperemesis gravidarium.

Kensington Palace said Kate is now being cared for at home with her mother by her side.

In the official royal statement, it was also revealed that Catherine was once again battling Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), a type of severe morning sickness that has afflicted her for previous pregnancies.

Kensington Palace shared news of the pregnancy early on Monday, September 4.

Britain's Prince William and wife Kate are expecting their third child, their office announced, after the Duchess of Cambridge was forced to cancel an engagement due to severe morning sickness.

And if everything goes according to plan, Prince William - who is also the President of the English Football Association - will get two weeks of paternity leave to enjoy the competition.

Prince Harry was in Manchester visiting a centre supporting people affected by a bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in May when he responded to the news.

Kate Middleton and Prince William are happy to know that they will have soon the third child.

On how the Duchess was, he replied: "I haven't seen her for a while but I think she's okay".

Kensington Palace announced the pregnancy on Monday.

A royal insider said Kate, who was last spotted out in London last week for the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death, has been laying low.

Since Middleton is still in her first trimester, the baby boy or girl is due between March and June of next year.

"But she's ecstatic to be expecting baby number three - this is everything she's always wished for".

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