Kate Middleton feeling better, says palace

2012-12-05 07:29

London - The Duchess of Cambridge is "continuing to feel better" following her admission to hospital with severe morning sickness related to her pregnancy, St James' Palace in London said on Tuesday.

A statement said Kate, and her husband, Prince William, were "immensely grateful for the good wishes they have received."

The duchess, 30, was admitted to a private hospital in London on Monday.


Comments

  • Jeremy - 2012-12-05 08:43

    Shame Kate, I'll bet your pregnancy is the first time you've realised just how intrusive the British media and public can be. They'll want to know every single detail about your health and the progression of your pregnancy...no detail too small or insignificant. Hope you don't go the same way as William's mum!

  • gift.ndlovu.564 - 2012-12-05 08:47

    Seriously..Who gives a S#!7....My mom went to work when she had morning sickness with me and all 6 of my siblings. And she had to walk 10km to catch a bus...Now that should be on the news

      hayley.fredericks.9 - 2012-12-05 09:25

      You know, whilst most pregnant women suffer from morning sickness many of them can function normally. Many women never get morning sickness at all. Some women (albeit very rare) get it so severe (called Hyperemesis Gravidarum) that it is detrimental to the health of not only herself but to her unborn child. Whilst I respect the fact that your mother popped out so many kids with out any complications, I can assure that should she have suffered from this condition, she would probably not be here today. So don't be so judgemental !

      Bronwin Swartz - 2012-12-05 22:08

      I agree with you. If she was a nobody it would not be in the news

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