Kate Middleton has thanked the British public for their support while she stays in hospital with acute morning sickness, but she also received a get-well message from a rather further a field Prince Harry.
KATE MIDDLETON IS ‘FEELING BETTER’ AND THANKS PUBLIC
The Sun report that while serving in Afghanistan, the royal sent a text to the Duchess of Cambridge,writing: ‘Get well soon, sis.’ Prince Harry was one of the first royals to hear of the pregnancy and a source told the newspaper he was overjoyed with the news. The informer said: ‘He’s really looking forward to coming back and can’t wait to be an uncle.’
Unfortunately it’ll be a while before Harry returns home to congratulate his brother and sister-in-law in person, he’s due back in Britain in January after a four-month tour working as an Apache helicopter co-pilot gunner.
The Queen’s personal doctors, as well as medical staff at King Edward VII Hospital in London, are currently caring for Kate. A St James's Palace spokesman said: 'The Duchess of Cambridge is continuing to feel better. She and the Duke are immensely grateful for the good wishes they have received.
'She will remain in hospital at present and will continue to be treated for Hyperemesis Gravidarum.'
When Kate is well enough to return home, it’ll be all change as Prince William is forced to decide whether to continue his career in the RAF or leave to become a full-time working royal.
The couple will also have to wait longer than hoped for their new home to be ready. Workmen were transforming Princess Margaret’s former apartment at Kensington Palace but after discovering asbestos, the royal couple and their newborn won’t be able to move in until next October.
Watch Prince William arriving to visit Kate Middleton in hospital: