London's King Edward VII hospital in Marylebone has been flanked by fans, media and police
London’s King Edward VII hospital in Marylebone, where a pregnant Kate Middleton is being treated for acute morning sickness, has been flanked by fans, media and police since the Duchess of Cambridge was admitted for treatment yesterday.
The happy news was confirmed by the Palace yesterday after the couple was forced to reveal the pregnancy early because an eight-weeks’-pregnant Kate is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum (a severe form of morning sickness) and was admitted to Marylebone’s King Edward VII Hospital after Prince William feared the Duchess could become dehydrated.
Prince William, in a pinstriped blue shirt, grey jumper and chinos, was spotted leaving the King Edward VII hospital last night – but he wasn’t the only one keeping the Duchess of Cambridge company. Throngs of well-wishers and global media have been camped out in the cold hoping to catch every moment of this exciting story, while policemen have stood guard outside the hospital, where William’s grandfather, Prince Philip, was hospitalised earlier this year.
According to the statement released by the Palace yesterday: ‘As the pregnancy is in its very early stages, Her Royal Highness is expected to stay in hospital for several days and will require a period of rest thereafter.’
Wishing the Duchess the speediest of recoveries!
Watch Kate Middleton work her magic below: