The unexpected security measure used by William and Kate

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THE third Royal baby could be coming sooner than expected, if Prince William's loose lips are to be believed.

During an visit with Spitalfields Crypt Trust, a charity that supports people dealing with homelessness and addiction in East London, the Duke let it slip that the baby may be coming earlier than that.

Heather Blackburn, one of the people he asked, said, "Most of the people I've known in recovery, 95% had massive trauma and bad stuff happen to them and using drugs to cope, and then you get put in prison, you don't get the facilities and the actual help you need, you get punished...it's going to do even more harm, I think".

They're the world's most sought after family, so when it comes to staying safe it's no surprise Prince William and Kate Middleton will stop at nothing to protect their two children, George and Charlotte. It's also possible that the Royal Family made a decision to hold off on the announcement longer than the usual three months.

As for his wife, Kate Middleton is suffering from severe morning sickness, which has forced her to cancel previously scheduled events. And it is her husband prince William who is saying it. "In the worst of it, which lasted with both pregnancies until about 16 weeks (when medication finally took effect and allowed me to usually keep down food and water), I could barely lift my head from a pillow or sip water without vomiting it right back up".

Kate Middleton may be the Duchess of Cambridge but that doesn't make her immune to everyday muggle problems such as painful heels.

Earlier this week, the duchess appeared in a video - filmed before the pregnancy news - for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, in which she encouraged children to open up about their feelings and stated, "You're never too young to talk about mental health".

In fact, considering that she has to spend quite a lot of time in those LK Bennetts doing official royal duties, we're guessing she's more used to aching feet than many of us.

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