Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Kate Middleton Makes First Appearance Since Pregnancy Announcement

Kate Middleton Makes First Appearance Since Pregnancy Announcement

Victoria Murphy, a journalist on the scene, tweeted that one of Middleton's aides informed her that the Buchess of Cambridge's "condition is improving but she is still suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum".

Wearing a long, grey dress Temperley dress, a visibly pregnant Kate looked on as her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry made speeches recognising the contribution of mental health workers.

While the rumors about the alleged pregnancy of Pippa Middleton, the young woman seems to be thinner than ever in a photo taken of it on Sunday, October 8, during a shopping trip.

The Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry met leading figures in the mental health sector at the reception, including Mind president and comic Stephen Fry.

William said: "It was Catherine who first realised that all three of us were working on mental health in our individual areas of focus".

We can't say we're surprised Prince George's momma rallied for this event as mental health awareness has been a cause close to her heart.

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We got to catch a glimpse of the Duchess after about a month.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who has been suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum - a severe form of morning sickness - had not attended an official engagement for more than a month and even missed Prince George's first day at school at the start of September. "Sometimes it's just a simple conversation that can make things better".

All eyes were on The Duchess of Cambridge on Tuesday night as she stepped out for the first time since her pregnancy news - and all for a very good cause.

He said: "Tonight, on the evening of World Mental Health Day, we celebrate that while there is more work to do, the walls of judgment and stigma around mental illness are finally falling".

"All three of us have seen that mental health is at the heart of so numerous issues we are passionate about", William said in a speech to the reception.

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