Kate Middleton pregnant: Her nausea calms down, she's getting better and better

Kate Middleton pregnant: Her nausea calms down, she's getting better and better

Kate Middleton pregnant: Her nausea calms down, she's getting better and better

Kate Middleton stepped out for the first time since announcing she's pregnant with her third child, debuting a tiny baby bump during a public engagement.

Today, Kate attended a reception in honor of World Mental Health Day with William and Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace.

WPA Pool via Getty Images Prince William speaks at a reception on World Mental Health Day to celebrate the impact of the Heads Together Charity at St James's Palace on October 10, 2017 in London, England.

Kate has been seen wearing a blue dress that shows a glimpse of her bump.

She was last seen in public six weeks ago when she joined William and Harry viewing the memorial garden to Princess Diana, the day before the 20th anniversary of her death.

She is once again suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a severe morning sickness that involve frequent nausea and vomiting, which is not new to her. "The Duchess is delighted to be here tonight". "Mental health is how we feel and think".

The couple were forced to announce that they were expecting their third child when she had to cancel a public appearance on 4 September due to sickness.

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If Kate Middleton is absent since the announcement of her pregnancy, her return has recently been announced.

She also suffered the condition throughout her pregnancy with two-year-old Princess Charlotte.

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Beauty-wise, Kate wore her long, brown hair down in her trademark waves. "All three of us have seen that mental health is at the heart of so numerous issues we are passionate about".

"He said that it was very important that people in their own homes can talk about their feelings. Things that can't really be seen but that affect us every day, and talking about them can feel hard", she says, introducing a short animated film on the topic for children.

"If they set an example to other families, then that is a good thing".

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