Clarence House have announced the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child. Speaking about her good news Kate said: “Only another 238 to go and we can totally avoid the bedroom tax”.
Having their benefits cut for every free room in their tax-payer funded house has left the couple down to their last few million, with Prince William being forced to get a job, although to keep their benefits this may not have be declared.
The Queen said she is “delighted” by the news, and will help in anyway she can.
“I offered to give them Phillip to fill one of the rooms, but then I would lose my carers allowance so the more kids they have to fill the rooms the better.”
Prime Minister David Cameron was also happy with the news and was quick to dismiss suggestions the plan to have one kid per room would be a drain on society.
“Maybe if they were normal people then yes, but seeing as they are rich they will actually help the economy more than they will hurt it. The employment figures will be helped greatly with all the nannies they’ll employ.”
With the news that Kate and William are expecting their second child now public, the amount of engagements the attend is expected to rise.
“We have already scheduled an appearance for tomorrow,” a spokesman for the couple to us.”
“They have a meeting at the council to apply for a £750,000 hardship loan to redecorate the baby’s bedroom.”