|Royal couple goes for the second.|
The United Kingdom's most popular couple is going for a second bundle.
Prince William and Princess Kate are going for the second round. According to the junk food media, the couple announced that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting her second child and being treated for severe morning sickness, royal officials said Monday.
The couple's Clarence House office said they and their families were "delighted" with the baby news.
The former Kate Middleton was being treated at Kensington Palace for severe morning sickness, Clarence House said.
She was hospitalized for the same condition, hyperemesis gravidarum, during her first pregnancy with Prince George, who was born in July 2013.
The illness means the 32-year-old duchess may need extra hydration, medication and nutrients.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "delighted by the happy news that they're expecting another baby."
The new baby will become fourth in line to the throne, pushing Prince Harry to fifth. Toddler Prince George is third and likely to become Britain's monarch one day.
The Associated Press also adds that Britain had changed its laws before George's birth so that the couple's first born would be in line for the throne regardless of its sex. Before the change, a girl would have lost her place in line if a boy was born later.
William and Kate have often expressed an interest in having a larger family.
Britain's Press Association reported that Kate's pregnancy hasn't passed the 12-week stage, which is when she became ill in her first pregnancy.
Royal officials said it wasn't clear if the duchess will be able to carry out planned official engagements, including a trip to Malta on Sept. 20 and 21 that would mark her first overseas solo trip.
Decisions on events would be made on a "case-by-case" basis, officials said.