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Kate Middleton makes first public appearance since pregnancy announcement

Kate-Middleton-bump Kate Middleton makes first public appearance since pregnancy announcement
Stacy Diaz | 10 October, 2017, 23:19

Duchess Kate is wearing Temperley London. Middleton attended a reception at Buckingham Palace to mark World Mental Health Day, according to The Sun.

Dr Nicola Byrom, founder of the mental health charity Student Minds, said after chatting to Kate: "She's fantastic, what a fighter that she's here, that she's putting other people above herself".

The Duchess of Cambridge appeared to be in good health at the event.

They toured Kensington Palace's sunken garden which had been transformed into a memorial space planted with white foliage and flowers in honour of Diana.

Victoria Murphy, a journalist on the scene, tweeted that one of Middleton's aides informed her that the Buchess of Cambridge's "condition is improving but she is still suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum". "She's delighted to be here tonight".

The duke and duchess and Prince Harry arrived via a well-known hidden door in the Palace's white drawing room and waiting to meet them were leading figures from the mental health sector including Mind president and comic Stephen Fry.

But in the most surprising twist to date, sources tell New Idea that the duchess is already five months along - two months more than what was previously believed - meaning that we will meet their double-bundle of joy early in the New Year.

About a month ago, Kate Middleton announced her third pregnancy.

Middleton will be out and about as early as this Tuesday, Oct. 10 for World Mental Health Day.

Harry said it was time to take the awareness to the next stage and take it into "new partnerships to support better conversations in schools and workplaces".

After battling severe pregnancy sickness for the past month, Kate Middleton is stepping out for the first time since announcing she is expecting her third child.

"It was Catherine who first realized that all three of us were working on mental health in our individual areas of focus. She had seen that at the core of adult issues like addiction and family breakdown, unresolved childhood mental health issues were often part of the problem".