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7:01am 4th December 2012

Cornwall says congratulations to William and Kate, after the surprise announcement that they are expecting a baby.

The Duchess is still in hospital, after being taken in with acute morning sickness.

The papers think that could be a sign she is expecting twins, since it means a mum-to-be is three times more likely to have a multiple birth.royal baby

That makes the vexed question of a name even more important.

Among the early favourites among bookies are Elizabeth, Frances, Charles, John and Diana.

You can hear suggestions from people in Cornwall here...

 
Jo Sidney from Redruth is expecting a baby just a few weeks before Kate. She said: "I think she'll be a fantastic mum. I'm sure she'll give all to the child that she can.

"I have been sick but it sounds like she's got a bit more of an extreme sickness. I sympathise with her because it is a tough time and you obviously always worry about the baby as well.

"Hopefully it will be smooth sailing for the rest of her pregnancy. I was wondering when it would be happening because they have just got married as well, like us. It's good to be sharing it with her. Hopefully she'll have some good fashion tips."

7:01am 4th December 2012

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