And as for her two previous pregnancies, the duchess of Cambridge unfortunately suffers from its now usual nausea gravidiques, as indicated by the Kensington palace in the press release formalizing the new.
"I haven't seen her for a while but I think I she's OK", he said.
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Middleton is believed to be less than three months pregnant.
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Kate had been due to visit the Hornsey Road Children's Centre in London yesterday to hear about the mental health impact of becoming a mother. During a trip to Poland earlier this summer, after being gifted a toy for a newborn, Kate reportedly joked, "We will just have to have more babies!".
The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their 3rd child. Kensington Palace neglected to confirm her due date in its official statement.
While it must be quite challenging to endure hyperemesis gravidarum for a third time (and now with two little ones!), we hope that the Duchess of Cambridge recovers quickly and can start celebrating the new addition to the family soon. The child will be the Queen's sixth great-grandchild.
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Prince George starts school on Thursday, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were expected to drop him off, but it is now unclear if Kate will be able to attend. Join our Facebook group for the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Diana and all things royal!