Kate Middleton Debuts Baby Bump at First Appearance Since Announcing Her Pregnancy

Kate Middleton Debuts Baby Bump at First Appearance Since Announcing Her Pregnancy

She is once again suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a severe morning sickness that involve frequent nausea and vomiting, which is not new to her.

On Tuesday, Middleton, 35, attended a reception at Buckingham Palace for World Mental Health Day, marking the first time she's been seen in public since August 30. As seen in the footage (below), the pregnant royal donned a tea-length Temperley dress as she greeted guests alongside husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry. The statement came earlier than expected because Middleton had to miss out on events she is lined up to attend to take some rest.

Kensington Palace shared a photo on Twitter of the trio at a reception "to celebrate those working in the mental health sector".

Through their Heads Together campaign, the trio of royals has taken up the cause of mental health awareness, and today's event celebrates "the contribution of those working in the mental health sector across the United Kingdom".

But tonight she made her first appearance, and the Duchess of Cambridge glowed as she stepped in front of cameras.

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And commenting on the Heads Together campaign he added: "I think it's an extraordinary achievement by this generation of the royal family, they've really done a remarkable thing - no-one would realise if they hadn't done it, which makes it all the more remarkable that they have".

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.

"In the months ahead, we will announce new partnerships to support better conversations in schools and workplaces", he said.

Those suffering from HG can be constantly sick morning, noon and night, and unable to keep any food or drink down.

"All three of us have seen that mental health is at the heart of so numerous issues we are passionate about", William said in a speech to the reception.