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.
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.
Hollywood mega-mogul Harvey Weinstein has reportedly been in talks with the Middletons to host a private screening of the new Benedict Cumberbatch film The Imitation Game at the home of Kate's parents.
Of course, there's more to the story than Kate being extremely bored:
The film centers around a group of British code-breakers during World War II, and Kate's grandmother actually worked at the "spy school" where much of the film takes place.
So it works out perfectly - Weinstein gets to drum up some extra publicity and early awards season buzz for The Imitation Game, and Kate gets a respite from playing bridge with her mum.
Yes, when you're the Duchess and you're under the weather, Hollywood producers come to your home to screen un-released films. Sure beats The Price is Right and Netflix.