Going inside: Prince William walked straight into the building without looking round and his look of concern was captured in the mirrored name plate of the King Edward VII hospital (right) as he walked in to comfort his wife Back to comfort Kate: Prince William stepped out of a Land Rover this morning to visit the Duchess of Cambridge, who was immediately put on a drip after arriving yesterday to stop her becoming dehydrated Helping out: Kate, 30, is being cared for while she suffers from acute morning sickness by the Queen's former gynaecologist Marcus Setchell, 69, (left) while Alan Farthing, 47, (right) is set to oversee the pregnancy itself The Duke and Duchess did not want to make the pregnancy announcement until Christmas but were forced to make a statement because of Kate's hospital admission. Soon after at 10.40am, a smiling Carole Middleton, dressed in a brown jacket and furry scarf, drove away in another dark Range Rover.
She returned home at 4.15pm but made no comment on either occasion.
The biscuits are known as a common remedy for morning sickness Family joy: Princess Anne, who presented Afghanistan Operational Service Medals to Soldiers from The King's Royal Hussars at Aliwal Barracks in Tidworth yesterday, is said to be delighted at the news It had been a nerve-racking day for Prince William.
Last night, wearing a grey jumper and blue shirt, he left the hospital in Marylebone but said nothing to the dozens of camera crews and photographers outside.
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It's a wonderful coincidence that the final confirmation from the other realms arrived on the very day that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their announcement.’The new rules will apply to any child born in the line of succession after the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Perth, Australia, in October 2011 when the 16 countries which have the British monarch as their head of state agreed in principle to the change.
They are expected to visit Kate at the King Edward VII hospital in central London Looking fine: Kate (right) showed no sign of sickness when eating a ginger biscuit during a visit to Cambridge last week with Prince William (left).
The legislation will end the principle of male primogeniture, so that the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will succeed to the throne, regardless of whether the baby is a girl or a boy.‘This is a historic moment for our country and our monarchy.
People across the realms of the Commonwealth will be celebrating the news that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their first child,’ Mr Clegg said.‘We can also all celebrate that whether the baby is a boy or a girl, they will have an equal claim to the throne.
Prince William smiled with relief as he left his pregnant wife in the care of two top royal doctors and issued a statement saying Kate is 'continuing to feel better'.
Sources said the Duchess, 30, is responding well to treatment.
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