Much to do before William and Kate's baby arrives
Prince William leaves the King Edward VII hospital with his Kate in London on Dec. 6 where she had spent four days being treated for acute morning sickness. (Andrew Winning/Reuters)
How quickly glad tidings can turn to dust.
No sooner had the joyful news been announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — Will and Kate — were expecting their first child than tragedy struck.
Jacintha Saldanha took her own life after fielding a call from Australian radio pranksters.
Her death will for ever cast a shadow over the child’s birth, a somber reflection that one foolish action can turn joy to tragedy overnight.