Her nausea calms down, she's getting better and better — Kate Middleton pregnant

Pierre Vaugeois
Octobre 11, 2017

Kate Middleton's baby bump is already showing up.

THE Duchess of Cambridge revealed a tiny baby bump last night on her first public appearance since announcing her pregnancy.

Buckingham Palace hosted the event in honor of World Mental Health Day.

Normal morning sickness affects around 70 per cent of pregnant women, and causes some degree of vomiting and discomfort commonly during the first trimester of pregnancy.

Her US$1,050 dress, the Eclipse Lace Collar Dress in Iris, skimmed over her tummy, and the 35-year-old teamed the outfit with a black clutch bag and matching black court shoes.

For the past few weeks, Duchess Kate has been on bed rest due to a severe form of morning sickness called hyperemesis gravidarum.

A palace rep confirmed that Catherine is still affected by HG, but said her condition is improving. It is understood Kate's appearance does not mean she is ready to resume full royal duties.

'She's delighted to be here tonight, ' he added.

Kate Middleton had a very difficult start to her pregnancy but recently her nausea would calm down and she would get better and better!

In September, the Duchess appeared in a video for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, in which children were encouraged to talk about their "big" and "small" feelings.

However, it turns out that this future monarch could be arriving even before April.

We're not convinced we see one, but then again, it's very early - she's not due until spring.

'Catherine has been inspired by the work being done to support children, parents and teachers to prioritise mental health from the earliest years of life.

Dr Nicola Byrom, founder of the mental health charity Student Minds, said after chatting to Kate: "She's amazing, what a fighter that she's here, that she's putting other people above herself". Pictured: Middleton visits The Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace on August 30, 2017 in London.

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