William visits pregnant Kate in hospital

2012-12-04 16:43
London - Prince William is visiting his pregnant wife Kate in a London hospital, where she is spending a second day being treated for acute morning sickness.

William arrived at the King Edward VII private hospital just before 12:00 on Tuesday.

Royal officials announced on Monday that Kate is pregnant and suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness that can lead to dehydration or worse if left untreated. She is expected to remain hospitalised for several days.

The pregnancy comes after a 2011 decision by the leaders of Britain and 15 Commonwealth nations endorsing new rules that give girls equal status with boys in the order of succession.

Experts caution that laws to enact the change have not yet been passed, which could cause uncertainty if the baby is a girl.

Comments

  • jannes.tonder - 2012-12-04 17:59

    Hospitalized for morning sickness!! I wonder whether the kid is going to be as big a wuss as his/her parents...

      hayley.fredericks.9 - 2012-12-04 19:58

      You are probably too stupid to realize that severe vomiting can cause dehydration which in turn can be harmful to not only yourself, but is extremely dangerous for a pregnant woman and her unborn child. So shut your trap and go and take a clever pill.

      tilly.vanoudtshoorn - 2012-12-04 20:06

      Your medical expertise must be vast and the babies you've had easy but for sure your eyesight is questionable. Read the actual description of why she is in hospital. You obviously know nothing about something that's why you make such a derogatory statement. Poor woman who gets you one day.

  • matt.ward.14203 - 2012-12-04 18:01

    Wow, He Visits his pregnant wife in hospital . . Isn't that to be expected from a father to be . . Should this even make news headlines ! ! !

  • JSGericke - 2012-12-04 18:13

    Honestly people! FRONT PAGE NEWS?!?!?! Are you making fun of us?

      hayley.fredericks.9 - 2012-12-05 09:45

      Don't. Read. The. Article. Then.

  • avrilandandre - 2012-12-04 23:23

    Poofters...softies...rooi...erm sorry, wont go there.... But really! How about a jab in the butt for the "acute" and a couple of setpille like in the old days...2 days in hospital...bwahahahah....

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