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LONDON - It's time to get the bunting out again. After months and months of speculation and glossy magazines waiting with bated breath so they can roll out the pregnancy tips and photos of Pippa Middleton's gloomy, baby-envious face, we can all rest assured: Kate ispreggers!

With the London Olympics over and the Royal Jubilee a hazily boozy memory, the United Kingdom once again has something to "hurrah" over. Obviously, the nation is ecstatic:

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Although, everyone is still a tad anxious as to what hyperemesis gravidarum actually is.

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But that hasn't stopped anyone from wondering whether the royal baby will be a boy or a girl. Maybe one of each?

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Whereas some just couldn't help themselves and are already trying to guess how one does get in the mood:

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Those Brits.

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