Kate Middleton’s courageous admission about the “rotten” illness that required hospitalisation

Following her stomach surgery, Kate Middleton is recuperating in the hospital. The Princess of Wales is scheduled to spend 10 to fourteen days at the exclusive London Clinic after Kensington Palace revealed the shocking news on Wednesday of last week.

Kate made the decision to disclose her surgery to the public, but she refrained from disclosing any additional personal medical details. Not till after Easter will she return to her royal duties.

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The royal family is not known for being ill or receiving medical attention in a hospital. But Kate Middleton has struggled with health concerns all of her life, and she came out of her “rotten” condition years ago.

William and Kate have made the decision to provide the most typical upbringing for their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Although being royal is obviously not precisely normal, the Prince and Princess of Wales make every effort to limit the impact that this has on their upbringing.

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In the end, there is no difference between William, Kate, and the other royals and the rest of humanity. Nevertheless, the Princess of Wales faced difficulties during her pregnancy, just like many other women do.

She was diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum, or severe morning sickness, in 2012 while she was expecting George. She remembered the hospital visit as being “rotten.” She had to go there.

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Kate experienced the same thing while with Charlotte and Louis, and her diagnosis forced her to postpone a royal tour in 2014.

When the Princess of Wales visited the Orchards Centre in Kent last year, she made the decision to talk about her experience with severe morning sickness.

Speaking about her illness, Kate Middleton appeared as a guest on Giovanna Fletcher’s podcast Happy Mum, Happy Baby in 2020.

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It was completely decomposing. I was very ill,” she remarked.

“I find it fascinating that even though I wasn’t eating the right foods, my body was still able to absorb all the nutrients it needed to grow new life.”

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“William felt he could do little to help,” the princess went on, “and it’s hard to see you’re suffering without actually being able to do anything about it.”

Kate Middleton went on to explain that because she had experienced discomfort during her pregnancy, she “quite liked” labour.

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“Because, in reality, I knew there would be a conclusion to this event,” she said. I understand that some people are going through extremely tough times, so it’s not for everyone. Every pregnancy and every birth are unique.

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