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Morning sickness advice for the Duchess of Cambridge takes the biscuit

Morning sickness advice for the Duchess of Cambridge takes the biscuit

Duchess Catherine has been using ginger cookies (known as biscuits in England) to help combat the severe morning sickness she experiences in her third pregnancy according to her husband, Prince William. "Sounds a bit like mine really", 31 year old Smith later told reporters.

Prince George is honestly my spirit child. After all, the four-year-old is learning a wide range of lessons, including art, ballet, music and physical education, and is served extravagant lunches fit for royalty, with offerings such as salmon fillet, avocado bruschetta and Portuguese egg tarts.

Who would have thought that after the first day of school, for father and son was successful - Prince William even played table football with other parents, until the baby has adapted, it's gonna be so sad.

Last week, Kensington Palace confirmed the Duchess will attend a reception on World Mental Health Day with William and Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace on 10 October.

Little wonder, then, that Prince George is finding school a little heavy-going. Evidently a concerned father-of-two was looking out for his wife when he popped the question: "Did it get worse with each one?"

After George's first day at Thomas's Battersea in September, William revealed the new starters had all taken the anxious moment in their stride while it was the parents who were full of nerves.

The dad-of-one flew solo while pregnant Kate Middleton recovered from severe morning sickness at home, and the lookalike pair looked too adorable for words making their way to the school gates. But while his trembling bottom lip led us to believe he wasn't having the best time, Prince William has revealed that's still the case, weeks later.

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