The Duchess Of Cambridge Expecting A Baby In April

Kate turned to the high street for her maternity look in this snapshot. Pictured visiting the Harry Potter studios with Wills and Harry in London, Kate opted for a Topshop polka dot dress that suited the occasion perfectly. [Corbis]

by Sarah Gibbons |
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a baby in April next year, according to an official statement released by Kensington Palace.

The statement read, ‘Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to confirm they are expecting a baby in April 2015.’

The announcement also revealed that Kate is still suffering from Hyperemisis Gravidarum, a pregnancy condition that leads to extreme sickness, but her condition is ‘steadily improving’.


After Kate was forced to miss several high-profile events due to the condition, it looks as if she will greet The President of the Republic of Singapore and Mrs Tony Tan Keng Yam this Tuesday 21st October, alongside Prince William.

The visit will take place at the Royal Garden Hotel, London, on behalf of the Queen, as part of the State Visit.


The pair will then travel with The President and Mrs Tan to Horse Guards Parade, where The President will receive a Ceremonial Welcome.

The Duchess of Cambridge is also due to attend the Wildlife Photographer of The Year 2014 Awards Ceremony at the Natural History Museum the same day.

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