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Kate Middleton covers the new issue of People, and inside, the Duchess-obsessed mag gives a full run-down on Kate's recent health woes.

Kate Middleton: Pregnant in People Magazine!

As you've probably heard, Kate's been suffering from severe morning sickness - a result of a condition known as Hyperemesis Gravidarum that affects about 1 in 100 pregnant women.

Kate made her first public appearance in 10 weeks yesterday, and it was taken by many royal-watchers as an encouraging sign that she's beginning to recover from her illness.

People reports that those closest to Kate believe she's turned a corner and that the worst is over. In fact, sources say she seems happier than ever these days, and seems thrilled with the prospect of a little brother or sister for Prince George:

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For the second time in as many years, Kate Middleton is experiencing severe morning sickness and enduring what's reported to be a very difficult and uncomfortable pregnancy.

So it makes sense that her husband, Prince William, would do everything in his power to make his wife happy during this trying time, but what if that involves defying his grandmother, who also happens to be the Queen of England?

Sources say the royal family was already unhappy with Will and Kate's decision to move to Anmer Hall in rural Norfolk, and now the young couple may be thumbing their noses at royal custom yet again.

Kate Middleton, Queen Elizabeth Too

Insiders report that for the third year in a row, Will and Kate are planning to skip the bulk of the royal festivities at Sandringham House in favor of spending a humbler holiday with the Middletons.

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The pregnant Kate Middleton and husband Prince William will welcome their second child in April of 2015, a Kensington Palace spokesman confirms.

The couple, already proud parents of Prince George, 14 months, have finally passed the critical first trimester, when her condition is likely to be poorest.

Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince George

"Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to confirm they are expecting a baby in April 2015," the Palace announced.

As for Kate Middleton's health? "The Duchess of Cambridge continues to be affected by Hyperemisis Gravidarum, but her condition is steadily improving."

Kate has suffered from Hyperemisis Gravidarum, a serious form of morning sickness, for the first three months of her pregnancy this year and in 2012-13.

While still fragile, and forced to cancel myriad events in recent weeks, the Duchess appears to be leaving the worst of her sickness behind her at last.

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In recent weeks, Kate Middleton has canceled public appearances at the last minute on several occasions, as a result of her ongoing health issues.

Kate's suffering from extreme morning sickness - the result of Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a condition that affects roughly 1 in 100 pregnant women.

Katherine Middleton

Though she's reportedly improving, at the moment, it's been a slow recovery as Kate is still staying with her parents and planning her return to public life.

In the meantime, the Duchess is laid up and extremely limited in her activities. And if the latest reports from the Middletons' home in Bucklebury are any indication, she may be going a bit stir-crazy.

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Ever since the world learned that Kate Middleton is pregnant with her second child, the British press has been closely monitoring the Duchess' health.

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As with her first pregnancy, Kate is suffering from severe morning sickness as the result of a condition called Hyperemesis Gravidarum.

Kate has gotten so sick that royal officials have confirmed she's currently living with her parents and receiving round-the-clock care from her mother.

"When you're ill, the place you feel most comfortable is at home with your mum," a source tells People magazine. 

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Ever since they went public with the news that Kate Middleton is pregnant with her second baby, the royal family has cautioned that the Duchess may not be making many public appearances during for next several months, as doctors anticipated complications.

The Smiling Kate Middleton

Kate suffered from severe morning sickness during her first pregnancy, and now it looks as though the condition has returned and possibly worsened.

Yesterday, Kate was scheduled to attend the opening of a new art studio at a London primary school, but she was forced to cancel at the last minute due to the sudden onset of symptoms from hyperemesis gravidarum.

Responding to rumors that the illness is worse than it was during Kate's first pregnancy, a spokesperson for the royal family issued a statement saying that the sickness is "similar in severity to last time."

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Is Kate Middleton expecting twins? That's the rumor going around royal circles, for the second time in as many years, and Kate Middleton pregnancies.

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At the root of this is Kate's severe morning sickness, or hyperemesis gravidarum, that has sidelined her both times and is often associated with twins.

Twins didn't materialize as rumored the first time Prince William got Kate Middleton pregnant, of course, so it would still be a long shot this time.

But a lot of people over in the UK would apparently take that action!

The royal betting market, which hilariously exists, has seen plenty of wagering on the 32-year-old having not one, but two royal babies come 2015.

The William Hill betting firm says it recently received about 200 bets on the arrival of twins, including "a significant gamble" that was made in York.

That's enough to send the odds tumbling down from 20:1 to 9:1.

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With Kate Middleton's severe morning sickness forcing her to cancel a number of public appearances recently, the British press has had little to report on with regard to the Duchess' second pregnancy.

Kate resumed her royal schedule earlier this week, and even though she's hardly showing at this point, London tabloids filled the space left by her absence with speculation about the name of her royal offspring.

The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge

One publication even went so far as to invite casino oddsmakers to determine the likelihood of each royal-approved name. (It's not a long list.)

If it's a boy, the gambling gurus say James and Arthur are the frontrunners.

Both are suitably king-like monikers (though baby #2 will most likely never take the throne), though some have pointed out that if Will and Kate go with Arthur, their kids will have the same name as Rob Kardashian's sock company.

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Kate Middleton's hyperemesis gravidarum has rendered her out of commission for weeks, but she is reportedly on the cusp of resuming royal duties.

Katherine Middleton

At least three weeks of severe morning sickness have hampered the pregnant Kate Middleton, 32, although she has avoided having to be hospitalized.

During her first pregnancy with Prince George in late 2012, things were so bad that she was forced to seek medical treatment outside her home.

This time around, things have progressed (slightly) better.

“There will be engagements in October and November," a royal spokesperson said of her schedule. "We just haven’t announced them yet.”

Is it too much, too soon for the ailing, expecting Duchess?

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The Royal Family is as outdated as Newsweek, but both continue to exist, albeit mainly in online form.

Despite the fact that they're two peas in an old-timey pod, Newsweek and the royals may soon be at odds thanks to an interview with Australian feminist author Germaine Greer that the magazine published this week.

The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge

Asked about Kate Middleton's second pregnancy and resulting health issues, Greer went off on pretty much every member of the royal family except for Kate.

"Kate is a great deal more intelligent than the rest of the royals," Greer said. "She has been put in charge of William."

Greer went on to tackle the issue of Kate's severe morning sickness, which she believes to be symptomatic of a much larger problem:

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Kate Middleton Biography

Royally Pretty Girl A celebrity gossip mainstay since at least 2006, Kate Middleton is Prince William's lady friend. These two dated off and on for many... More »
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Kate Middleton
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