Prince William and Kate Middleton shocked many of our British friends across the pond when they broke with royal tradition and elected to not hire a nanny after the birth of their first child, George.
It seems, however, with a new baby on the way, and George still very young himself, the world's most famous husband and wife will reportedly be getting a helping hand for their second child, who is expected to arrive early next year.
"It was really hard work with George and there were lots of sleepless nights," a source close to the couple told MailOnline.
"So Kate has said she’s going to have help with the next one."
The couple apparently only decided to start trying for a new child this summer.
"They are surprised and of course delighted it has happened so quickly," said the source.
It is not all good news though, as Kate is currently suffering from severe morning sickness, having spent seven days now in the hospital with a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum.
It is so bad in fact, that Prince Harry reportedly canceled his big birthday bash out of respect for his sister-in-law.
She is expected to recover and be just fine in the next few days.
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