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As we've been hearing the news of the royal pregnancy continues to dominate the headlines around the world.
But here in Wales there is speculation that we could have a Princess -- rather than a Prince of Wales -- for the first time in modern history -- if the first born child is a girl.
Earlier tonight the government confirmed they are pressing ahead with a law to scrap discrimination against women in the line of succession. Rob Osborne has more.
New laws on the future of the monarchy could lead the way to a Princess of Wales if the Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to a girl. That's one option that could follow from plans to change the laws of succession.
The news comes as the Duchess spends a second day in hospital as she's treated for accute morning sickness. Meanwhile, the people of Anglesey are coming to terms with the news about gaining another royal neighbour, as Rob Shelley reports.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said the government has received final consent from all Commonwealth realms to press ahead with a bill ending discrimination against women in the succession to the British throne.
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Prince William arrived at the hospital at 11.30am in a green Land Rover, and went straight into the private hospital without acknowledging the waiting media. To view his arrival click here: ITV News
The Duke of Cambridge is expected to spend the day at his pregnant wife's bedside today as she continues her hospital treatment for severe morning sickness.
William spent yesterday with Kate after the royal couple announced the Duchess was expecting her first child but had developed a rare condition which can leave expectant mothers dehydrated and under weight.
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First Minister Carwyn Jones has led Welsh messages of congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
"Many congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their wonderful news" he tweeted.
The Leader of the Welsh Conservatives in the Assembly, Andrew RT Davies, also tweeted a message of support, describing the news as "the perfect end to a Jubilee year.