Kate Middleton was announced a few days ago be pregnant with her third child. And as each of her pregnancies, the princess is violent morning sickness. To make the most of the rest to his daughter, who is in need of calm, Carole Middleton is coming to the rescue to take care of her two grandchildren.
Is it the fault of violent nausea that makes it difficult to meet its official, Kate and William were forced to announce the 3rd pregnancy of the young woman, as she had not yet reached the stage of three months of pregnancy. Since this announcement, speculation abounds about the sex and even the choice of name of the future Royal Baby. And William would be by mistake unveiled the date of the birth of the future royal highness.
For the third time, Kate Middleton is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a condition that causes morning sickness severe, sometimes up to 40 times per day for the more extreme cases. A state of health not necessarily obvious, then, that the duchess must look after two young children. The princess has lived very badly the fact of not being able to accompany his son George to his first day of school.
But luckily, Granny Carole is there to oversee things. Carole Middleton, mother of Kate and Pippa Middleton, is investing at the bottom to take care of her two small children. She has already spent her day Monday, September 4, at the bedside of his daughter. Anxious to see his wife hurt, prince William has stated that they do not sleep a lot these days. All the more reason for Carole Middleton takes over the reins of the house.
That does not seem to make her jealous sister of the duchess of Cambridge, Pippa Middleton. The younger sister married her prince charming, James Mathews, last may. The rumor would like it to also be pregnant at the same time as his sister. Even if nothing is yet to be determined, Pippa makes it also visit her sister for whom she is a shoulder and a confidant.
During this time, the Britishs are betting on the names of the unborn baby, and could include : Alice or Arthur for the new royal highness.
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