Friday, 20 October, 2017

Kate Middleton Shows Tiny Baby Bump at First Appearance Since Pregnancy Announcement

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Theresa Hayes | 11 October, 2017, 00:22

Kate has been seen wearing a blue dress that shows a glimpse of her bump.

Kate Middleton has been dealing with a bad illness, Hyperemesis Gravidarum, while pregnant with her third child with Prince William and has been unable to make appearances.

The Duchess of Cambridge appeared to be in good health at the event.

If Kate Middleton is absent since the announcement of her pregnancy, her return has recently been announced.

The duke and duchess and Prince Harry arrived via a well-known hidden door in the Palace's white drawing room and waiting to meet them were leading figures from the mental health sector including Mind president and comic Stephen Fry.

Through their Heads Together campaign, the trio of royals has taken up the cause of mental health awareness, and today's event celebrates "the contribution of those working in the mental health sector across the United Kingdom".

She's been battling severe morning sickness.

She was last seen in public six weeks ago when she joined William and Harry viewing the memorial garden to Princess Diana, the day before the 20th anniversary of her death.

In the clip below, she shares the importance of talking about mental health issues.

According to reports, the royal couple will welcome baby number three, a sibling to Prince George (4) and Princess Charlotte (2) early next year but a due date has yet to be confirmed.

Normal morning sickness affects about 70% of pregnant women and causes some degree of vomiting and discomfort normally in the first trimester (12 weeks) of pregnancy, but those suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum can be constantly sick throughout the day.

Just hours before his wife made her appearance, Prince William told guests at a St James's Palace reception that it was Kate who was the brainchild behind the campaign. "Things that can't really be seen but that affect us every day, and talking about them can feel hard", she says, introducing a short animated film on the topic for children.

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