Prince William and Kate Middleton wanted to wait until Christmas before announcing her pregnancy, but Kate’s acute morning sickness made that impossible.People.com that William informed the Queen, his father, Prince Charles, and his brother, Prince Harry, before his wife was hospitalized Monday. Many of their friends, however, heard the news like the rest of us, when it went public.
The London hospital where a newly pregnant Kate Middleton is convalescing was duped by two Australian radio hosts into releasing personal information about the Duchess of Cambridge.According to the Daily Mail, 2Day FM DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian pretended to be the Queen and Prince Charles to obtain medical information about Kate, who is suffering from acute morning sickness.
Rumors are swirling about Prince William and Kate Middleton's baby. Who will be godparents? Will they name the child Diana? Was the Queen upset that the Middletons found out the news first? All this amid news that the Duchess could be expecting twins!Daily Mail, “I rather think they won't have quite so many [godparents as William had] -- perhaps four. Harry would take care of the royal connection and Pippa would take care of the Middleton side.”
Kate Middleton could be carrying twins! Experts say hyperemesis gravidarum, the acute morning sickness she's currently hospitalized for, is often linked to multiple births.ABC News that hyperemesis grayidarum is thought to come on because of extra human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in the system, which is slightly more common when a mother is carrying twins.
Just as Prince William and Kate Middleton announced they are expecting their first child, news surfaced that Kate is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum and had to be hospitalized.
The condition involves an extreme, persistent nausea and vomiting and generally occurs in the first three months of pregnancy. If not properly treated, it may lead to dehydration.