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Tuesday, 4 December 2012

News is breaking that reports that Kate Middleton is pregnant with Price William's child are actually incorrect. In a dramatic revelation we have today discovered that a royal is pregnant but it is not Kate as first thought.

Buckingham Palace have confirmed that it is actually Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who is in the early stages of pregnancy. The Palace have issued a statement in which they clarify that Kate is currently being treated in Hospital but is not for acute morning sickness as originally believed.

A Palace insider we have spoken with has told us that upon being told the news of Camilla's pregnancy Kate was taken violently ill and has not stopped throwing up since. Kate is now sedated in Hospital and it is hoped that as she (and the rest of an appalled UK) slowly come to terms with the news she will start to recover. Camilla and Prince Charles themselves are believed to be delighted by the news. Prince Harry has however reacted badly to finding out he is due to have a younger sibling.

Indeed reports are coming through that Harry learnt of his Father's plans to have another child back in the summer and it was for that reason Harry was snapped cavorting naked in Las Vegas, in what was seemingly a desperate attempt to convince his father he did not need another baby when Harry himself had all the maturity (and dress sense) of a new born child.

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