It is official! Buckhingam Palace has confirmed that Kate Middleton is pregnant. The couple, both 30, is happy with the royal addition to their family. Meanwhile Kate has been admitted to the hospital with Hyperemesis Gravidarum – a very acute form of morning sickness which requires additional hydration and nutrients.
The Duchess was admitted on December 3, 2012 to King Edward VII Hospital in Central London. As the pregnancy is in its very early stages, Her Royal Highness has been admitted to stay in the hospital for some days, after which she will be required to take rest. Speculation have been rife of Kate’s pregnancy ever since the couple married in April 2011
In a recent tour to Asia, Kate (Catherine) had refused wine for water fuelling rumors. Star had gone to the extent of saying that the couple had conceived on a passionate night together, following the London Olympics. Pregnant moms are known to stay away from peanut butter because they can be allergic, something which Kate also did in November 2011, which had led to this gossip.
In Touch magazine in June 2012 said that Catherine Middleton was showing signs of a baby bump. In September 2012, Star bounced back with pictures as evidence showing Kate Middleton’s baby bump which the royal palace laughed about
In November 2012, Kate’s “close friend” Jessica Hay revealed to Australian tabloid New Idea that Kate Middleton was pregnant and the couple would make an announcement in December. So now, we know whom to contact when we want news about Kate Middleton!
The latest news is that Kate Middleton may well be mother to twins. A study shows that women who give birth to twins have a 7.5 higher risk of having Hyperemesis Gravidarum. Secondly, this condition is seen more in case of women who give birth to female babies than male babies.
Our heartiest congratulations to the royal couple, Kate Middleton and Prince Williams !
Kate Middleton Pregnant photos
Here are pictures and photographs of various magazines about Kate Middleton’s baby bump