As you've likely heard, Kate Middleton is suffering from severe morning sickness as the result of a condition known as Hyperemisis Gravidarum.

The illness has forced Kate to cancel some public appearances, often at the last minute. Fortunately, she's said to be feeling better these days, and she's been able to attend royal functions such as yesterday's Remembrance Sunday event.

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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?

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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.

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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.

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Kate Middleton Biography

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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 »
Reading, England
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Kate Middleton