Kate Middleton Makes First Appearance Since Pregnancy Announcement

Kate Middleton Makes First Appearance Since Pregnancy Announcement

News.Kate Middleton has not made a public appearance since the announcement of the arrival of her third child but when she finishes her first trimester of pregnancy, she would be better!

The 35-year-old royal was seen out for the first time in weeks and displayed her tiny baby bump at a reception on World Mental Health Day at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday (October 10) in London, England.

Through their Heads Together campaign, the trio of royals has taken up the cause of mental health awareness, and today's event celebrates "the contribution of those working in the mental health sector across the United Kingdom".

Although still reportedly dealing with severe morning sickness, Kate worked the event like a pro, greeting dignitaries while wearing a long dress by Temperley that showed a hint of a baby bump.

The Duchess announced her pregnancy in September, and was last seen in public on August 30.

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If the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge are delighted with the arrival of this new royal baby, the young woman unfortunately suffers from hyperemesis gravidarum which results in violent nausea and other very disturbing symptoms.

The Duchess of Cambridge appeared to be in good health at the event.

Kensington Palace announced on September 4 that Kate was expecting her third child and, like previous pregnancies with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, was suffering from severe morning sickness. Is she the most stunning Princess the Royal family has ever seen?

Fiona Millar, the writer and campaigner, said she and her partner Alastair Campbell had talked to William about the interviews he and Harry did on the 20th anniversary of the death of their mother.

Harry, who on Monday launched a new initiative that will see Armed Forces personnel receive training created to make them mentally as well as physically fit for combat, said the campaign would also be announcing new programmes in schools and workplaces in the coming year. The condition forced Kate to be admitted to hospital in the early months of her pregnancy with George.