The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now expecting their second baby in April.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now expecting a new arrival in the family. The couple is expecting their second child in the upcoming year. Recently Kingston Palace announced that the Duchess of Cambridge will be giving birth to her second child in the month of April in the year 2015.
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A statement was released from Kingston Palace that stated that the Duchess of Cambridge suffered from morning sickness while she was pregnant. Recently her symptoms got severe. However now she is in a much better condition. The statement indicated that her morning sickness had decreased considerably and was improving.
Her pregnancy was announced in September of this year. She had not appeared for any public appearances since the announcement of her pregnancy. It was said that she will be welcoming the President of Singapore, Tony Tan, on his four day visit to the United Kingdom.
It was also reported that the Duchess of Cambridge will be giving an appearance in an award ceremony held at the Natural History Museum in London. The ceremony will be conducted in order to honor the winner of Wildlife Photographer of Year 2014.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s first baby Prince George is third in line to the throne of the UK while the second baby of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be fourth in line. This time the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Cambridge announced pregnancy earlier than last time.
The Duchess of Cambridge is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum due to which she is facing symptoms of morning sickness. She suffered from this condition in her first pregnancy as well. She is taking medications and is keeping herself hydrated to avoid these symptoms.
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Many pregnant women experience this condition. It is said that almost 3.5 out of 1000 pregnancies can cause morning sickness. The symptoms include excessive vomiting, weight loss and urine problems. Royal correspondent to BBC, Peter Hunt said that everybody was concerned about the Duchess of Cambridge’s condition. He also said that now everyone felt relieved that her condition was getting better.