Media from all over the world camp outside London hospital to report British excitement at royal baby.
Media from all over the world were camped outside London's King Edward VII hospital on Tuesday, reporting on the British newspaper excitement over the royal baby news.
The Duchess of Cambridge spent Monday night in hospital suffering from acute morning sickness.
And as dawn broke on Tuesday there was still no update about Prince William's wife.
Catherine is expected to stay in hospital for a few days.
There was speculation in the press that the duchess might be expecting twins, due to her intense morning sickness.
All British newspapers carried the story on their front pages.
The tabloid "Daily Star" suggested the pregnancy was helped by coconut juice that Prince William drank on the couple's recent south east Asia tour, which is supposed to promote virility.
Nothing excites the British press like a royal story, and a royal heir to the throne provides welcome news in bleak economic times.
"I think it is good news for the nation, everybody is looking for something to feel upbeat about at the moment, so from that point of view I think it is good news."
This woman was concerned about Kate's acute morning sickness
"I hope she's OK. I think they are a lovely couple and I think it is really great news."
Prince William visited his wife on Monday, and departed the hospital in the evening looking serious.
He is the Queen's 30-year-old grandson, and second in line to the throne after Prince Charles.
William and Catherine's first child will become third in line to the throne once born.
Last year Britain and other Commonwealth countries agreed to a change in succession laws so that daughters will have an equal right to the throne as sons.
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