British press 'delighted' but anxious over royal baby
LONDON (AFP) - Britain's press on Tuesday celebrated the "delightful" news that Prince William and his wife Catherine are to have a baby, but the expectant mother's bout of morning sickness tempered spirits.
The couple announced on Monday they are expecting their first child, ending fevered speculation about a baby destined to become Britain's monarch whether it is a boy or a girl.
But the former Kate Middleton, 30, is in hospital suffering from severe morning sickness, St James's Palace announced in a statement.
Popular tabloid The Sun ran with "Kate Expectations" as its front-page headline, The Daily Telegraph said the news of Catherine's pregnancy was cause for national celebration.