Still in the throes of morning sickness, Kate Middleton is weighing whether she is well enough to fly to Malta for two days of engagements on behalf of the Queen.
No word if this will touch off another chapter in her war with the Queen if she flakes.
Struggling mightily with severe morning pregnancy sickness, she's in a tough spot.
Her doctors will have to consider if she is well enough to fly to Malta, where Kate Middleton is said to be eager to go, and a decision has yet to be made.
Her staff members at Kensington Palace are giving her as much time as possible to weigh her options, while holding out hope that she'll be able to go.
At the same time they are also making contingency plans to send another member of the family, possibly her husband Prince William, in her place.
Kate, 32, is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which also struck her during her first pregnancy with royal baby Prince George back in 2012.