Wednesday, 13 November, 2019

Prince William: 'We're celebrating third pregnancy now after anxious start'

Syndicate Post image Prince William: 'We're celebrating third pregnancy now after anxious start'
Lamar Ellis | 12 September, 2017, 00:47

When asked how his sister-in-law is doing, he replied, "I haven't seen her for awhile but I think she's OK".

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced they are expecting a third child. Their Royal Highnesses hold links with numerous organisations involved in supporting the community.

Kate Middleton, pregnant with her third child, is suffering from hypermesis gravidarum, a condition invalidating that weakens it a lot. He also admitted that "there's not much sleep going on at the moment".

He continued to say that: "It was a bit anxious to start with" but that they can "start celebrating this week" - something which might hint that Kate is approaching the 12-week mark. Pippa has always been very caring towards her sister and seems to take her role as aunt very seriously.

Kensington Palace did not confirm Middleton's exact due date.

Hyperemesis gravidarum is acute morning sickness that develops during pregnancy.

Prince William made his first public appearance on Tuesday since the news broke that Kate Middleton is pregnant with the royal couple's third child.

Rohingya Muslims injured as Burmese military 'plant land mines' - Amnesty
Myanmar denies Rohingya exist as an ethnic group and says those living in Rakhine are illegal migrants from Bangladesh. But Myanmar labels them "extremist Bengali terrorists" intent on carving out an Islamic enclave for the Rohingya.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth II and the extended families of both William and Catherine are said to be "delighted with the news".

It's also not known whether or not Kate will now be able to accompany Prince George to his first day of school in London on Thursday.

Kensington Palace tweeted the news that Prince George and Princess Charlotte would be joined by a royal sibling.

So far, the extreme morning sickness is again the reason, leaving Duchess Kate feeling too poorly to carry out her royal engagements.

Kate had been due to visit the Hornsey Road Children's Centre in London to hear about the mental health impact of becoming a mother.

In a statement released on Monday morning United Kingdom time, the palace said the Duchess was experiencing severe morning sickness and will be missing out on her latest engagement as a result.

Still, by all accounts, the royal family is ecstatic over the upcoming arrival of Baby No. 3.

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