Duchess Kate is pregnant again -- and odds are on this royal name

 

Get ready for more royal cuteness!

Seems like it was just yesterday that Prince William and Kate Middleton were tying the knot, now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced a third royal baby is on the way.

An official statement from the Kensington Palace said the couple is very pleased with their pregnancy as well as the the Queen and members of both families.

It also said the Duchess is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which is a severe form of morning sickness that she’s already suffered through with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

SEE: Kate's style before she became duchess: 

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Duchess Kate's style before she became a royal
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Duchess Kate's style before she became a royal

Kate Middleton right before her graduation ceremony in 2005 rocking an oh-so-reliable white tank top (with a little bit of her tummy showing) and bootcut jeans.

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Howdy! Here's Kate Middleton at a music festival in 2005 looking very outdoorsy in a cowboy hat with some matching suede riding boots. 

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Kate Middleton definitely rocked cropped tops before it was even a trend! Here she is with her mom, Carole, in a simple white crop top that she paired underneath a blue blazer.

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Here's a full-length photo of her casual -- yet -- stylish look.

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Kate Middleton braved the frigid temps in 2006 with a cozy outfit of a Russian-style fur hat, a wool coat and a pair of her go-to suede boots.

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CHELTENHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 17: Prince William's girlfriend, Kate Middleton wears a Russian style fur hat to the final day of Cheltenham Races on March 17, 2006 in Cheltenham, England. (Photo by Tim Graham/Getty Images)

Polka dot beauty! Kate Middleton cheered her future husband Prince William on at a polo match in 2006 in a bright red wrap dress.

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Flower power! Kate Middleton attended a 2006 party in a floral frock that hit just above her knees. She paired the look with a light pink crushed velvet jacket and some seriously pointy flats.

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Kate Middleton's off-duty style was impeccable. At another polo match in 2006, she rocked white flared jeans and a tummy-bearing sheer top.

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A close-up look at Kate's super casual ensemble.

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Kate Middleton looked fabulous in a black dress with tights and suede knee-high boots while out on the town in 2007.

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Kate Middleton made denim skirts a thing before they even became trendy. Here she is on a casual shopping trip in 2007.

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What a party animal! Before becoming a royal, Kate Middleton was just a regular 20-something who went out at the hottest clubs in London. Of course, she always looked great for the occasion. 

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Before Kate Middleton was wearing tiaras and fancy pearls, she was the queen of accessorizing. Between the scarf and the French-inspired beret, she looked absolutely flawless in 2007.

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Another close up look of Kate's chic accessorizing.

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Uggs -- oh my! Even Kate Middleton couldn't resist the comfy boots that blew up in popularity in the early 2000s. Here she is in 2007.

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While Kate rocks multi-million dollar jewels now, she still loved to accessorize even before she became a royal. We're totally loving that chunky white necklace!

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According to People, Kate is less than three months pregnant but given her illness, the palace made the announcement this early to explain why she won’t be able to assist her planned engagements.

Poor Prince Harry -- this would mean with the birth of a new baby he would be relegated to sixth in line to the throne.

With The couple soon to be busy considering baby names, Ladbrokes is already taking bets and and a girl named Alice is the favorite at 7/1.

Arthur and Victoria are the next favorites at 10/1, followed by the names Alexander and Alexandra, both at 12/1.  

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