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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Kate Middleton jumped back into the public eye for the first time since the announcement that she is pregnant with her third child. The Duchess of Cambridge hasn’t been making public appearances since the August news was released. She suffers from hyperemesis gravidarum, a very extreme form of morning sickness that often requires IVs to stay hydrated.

But, she stepped out with her husband Prince William for a cause that is near to both of their hearts. Along with Prince Harry, the future King and Queen of England hosted an event for World Mental Health Day at Buckingham Palace. Women often lose weight while they are hyperemetic, but their bellies continue to grow. Even though it is believed that Kate is still in her first trimester, she is sporting a bit of a baby bump!

Kate sported a beautiful baby blue lace dress. This has many wondering if she was giving clues that perhaps the royal couple  is having another boy.

Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton Prince William

Kate Middleton Prince William Prince Harry


Kate was unable to attend Prince George’s first day of school because she was so ill. The fact that she attended this event is a great sign that she is improving. Kate is still battling hyperemesis, but her aide said the event was a priority so she pushed through to be able to attend. She was praised by the 350 guests for attending in her condition.

President of the charity Mind said, “I do understand she’s been having this problem more severely than many pregnant mothers and so we’re very grateful [she’s here].”

Kate and William already have two children, George and Charlotte. The announcement that they are expecting a third child came as a surprise to many people. However, it shouldn’t have, as Kate let it slip earlier in the summer that she would like to have more children.

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Source: Daily Mail

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