Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William, have three gorgeous children: Prince George, eight years old, Princess Charlotte, six years old, and Prince Louis, three years old.

Kate Middleton is a very practical mother who brings her children to school, cooks for them, and plays together as a family in addition to her royal obligations and public engagements.

The duchess’s three pregnancies, however, were not without complications, since she suffered from a severe pregnancy condition known as hyperemesis gravidarum in each of them.

“It was quite difficult. I was in a bad way. The body was still able to take all the goodness out of the body and grow a new life, which I think is wonderful,’ remarked the Duchess of Cambridge at Happy Mum. by Giovanna Fletcher in February 2020.

‘The Duchess of Cambridge also addressed the impact of the condition on her husband,’ she said.

Kate Middleton informed Giovanna that she liked to be in labor because of her onerous tasks.

“Because I had such a horrible pregnancy, I actually enjoyed the delivery… Because it was an event that I knew would come to a close!

However, I am aware that some people are going through extremely difficult times, so it is not for everyone. ‘No two pregnancies are alike, and no two births are alike.’

With so many other members of the royal family expecting babies this year, admirers of the Dukes of Cambridge are eagerly anticipating the birth of their fourth child.