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The Royal Baby almost has a Royal Due Date.
Kate Middleton, aka the UK's Duchess of Cambridge, has revealed that she and Prince William are set to welcome their first child, a future heir to the British throne, in mid-July. She made her comments to an employee of a small homeless shelter for teenagers and young adults in Glasgow, Scotland during a recent visit with her husband.
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Kate Middleton's baby bump is starting to show.
Kate, aka The Duchess of Cambridge, appeared in London on February 19 to visit Hope House, a safe, secure place for women to recover from substance dependence.
Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, made her first public appearance on Sunday, December 16, since leaving a London hospital after being treated for acute morning sickness.
Kate appeared at the BBC's Sports Personality award show in her role as the official ambassador of the U.K. Olympic and Paralympic teams. She presented the main award and lifetime achievement honor. Video of the duchess at the event can be seen here. She stood on stage next to David Beckham.
Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is set to attend her first public engagement since she was hospitalized earlier this month for acute morning sickness, British royal palace officials said on Sunday, December 16.
The Associated Press reports that the duchess will attend the BBC's Sports Personality award show on Sunday, in her role as official ambassador of the U.K. Olympic and Paralympic teams and present the main award and lifetime achievement honor at the celebration of sporting accomplishments.
Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has come down with another spell of morning sickness, and Prince William has offered a light-hearted comment on the condition.
The 30-year-old recently suffered from another bout of severe morning sickness, which is technically referred to as Hyperemesis Gravidarum, and Prince William canceled his appearance at the British Military Tournament on Sunday to be by her side, according to E! News.
Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was released from King Edward VII Hospital in London on Thursday, December 6, after being treated for acute morning sickness related to her pregnancy.
The 30-year-old was spotted leaving the hospital holding a bouquet of yellow roses with husband Prince William, known as the Duke of Cambridge, by her side. The royal couple stepped into a waiting car shortly after exiting the hospital.
Pregnant Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is still hospitalized in London for severe morning sickness but is "continuing to feel better," a St. James's Palace spokesman says.
The 30-year-old's pregnancy and ailment, which is technically referred to as Hyperemesis Gravidarum, was revealed on Monday. This is the first child for her and husband Prince William, known as the Duke of Cambridge. The baby is expected to become the heir to the British throne, currently occupied by the prince's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and husband Prince William of the United Kingdom are expecting their first child.
The news was announced on Monday, December 3, by UK palace officials, who added that the duchess was admitted that afternoon to a London hospital to treat Hyperemesis Gravidarum, also known as morning sickness.
Kate Middleton most likely hoped that her topless photo scandal is a thing of the past, but now a Danish magazine has announced plans to publish "bottomless" photos of the royal.
The new photos, reportedly published in the Danish magazine Se og Hor and leaked to the web this week, show the Duchess of Cambridge trying to put on a pair of bikini bottoms with a towel wrapped around her shoulders. The photos are from the same set of topless photos first published two weeks ago in the French magazine, Closer and later re-printed in Italy, Ireland and widely across the internet.
A French court has ruled in favor of the royal couple over the topless photos of Kate Middleton, known as the Duchess of Cambridge, published in France, Italy, Ireland and widely across the internet.
The court ruled on Tuesday, September 18, that Closer magazine -- the French tabloid which first published the photos on Friday, September 14 -- must hand over digital copies of the unauthorized photos within 24 hours, according to The Associated Press. The court also imposed a $2,500 fine and blocked further publication of the photos.
Topless photos of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge will reportedly be re-published in Italian and Irish publications, in spite of the lawsuit filed against French magazine Closer, who first featured the shots.
The photos were originally published in Closer magazine on Friday, September 14 and show the royal sunbathing topless on a balcony in Southern France, during a private vacation earlier in the month. By September 15, the images were removed from the publication's website, perhaps due to litigation filed by the royal family.
Topless photos of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, published in a French magazine, have spurred a lawsuit.
French gossip magazine Closer published the photos on Friday, September 14. The images show the royal sunbathing topless on a balcony in Southern France, during a private vacation earlier in the month.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, gave her first foreign speech in Malaysia on September 13.
The Royal and her husband, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visited the country during their tour of the South Pacific for the royals' Diamond Jubilee tour.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, will soon have a relative on the cover of Playboy.
Katrina Darling, a burlesque dancer from England who is a distant cousin of the newest royal, is set to be on the cover of Playboy's September issue, according to The New York Post.