Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge's due date announced

Posted October 18, 2017

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to confirm they are expecting a baby in April 2018", Kensington Palace's official Twitter feed posted on Tuesday. It marked her second public appearance in mere days, perhaps signaling an end to her severe and traumatizing illness.

Kate Middleton has stayed mostly mum since her third pregnancy was announced in early September - not out of choice, but rather due to her acute morning sickness known as hyperemesis gravidarum, which has kept her on strict bedrest for weeks.

People magazine's royal correspondent, Simon Perry, also caught the dancing on video, so you can replay it all day long.

The Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy was announced over a month ago, but the time scale of the pregnancy had remained a secret until now and prompted fevered speculation from fans of the royal family.

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She is now expecting her third child and continues to be affected by hyperemesis gravidarum, or severe morning sickness.

The baby, due in April, will be the couple's third - joining Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two. The Duchess was forced to put on a smile and play along even though she's been feeling miserable at home with her pregnancy.

For proof, she was accompanied by surprise, the princes William and Harry on a mission Monday, 16 October 2017 and was offered a dance well swaying with the Paddington bear in london station of the same name!

Either way, the new arrival will be fifth in line to throne, bumping uncle Prince Harry down to sixth.