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Allitt seriously injured nine others during the 59-day killing spree at the hospital's now-infamous Ward 4.It's in sharp contrast to the bouncy confidence and mischievous twinkle of little sister Charlotte, who never disappoints snappers with a wave (or even a cheeky comment, as we heard at Prince Louis's christening last week).It is an image of George, however, that friends of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge insist belies the happy, confident child their firstborn is developing into.Beverley Allitt, 49 (pictured inside her prison van in 1993 right) fell ill on Sunday and is now receiving round-the-clock care for the life-threatening condition, according to staff at Rampton high-security hospital in Nottinghamshire.Allitt - dubbed the 'Angel of Death' - was convicted of killing four children while working as a nurse (pictured with baby while working as a nurse right) at Grantham and Kesteven, Lincolnshire (pictured inset) in 1991.Since then, it's a look that has become all too familiar.

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