A Pregnant Duchess of Cambridge Accompanied By Her Husband Prince William Was Discharged From Hospital Today After A Three Night Stay For Acute Morning Sickness

Kate Middleton Leaves Hospital After 3 Days, Will Stay At Kensington Palace With Prince William

The Duchess of Cambridge, or Kate Middleton as she is more usually known, was released from hospital today after a three night stay.

Admitted on Monday for treatment for Hyperemesis Gravidarum — an acute form of morning sickness — Kate left the Edward VII hospital in central London at 10:45 am carrying a bouquet of yellow flowers and accompanied by Prince William.

In response to inquiries about her health from the waiting press, Kate smiled and simply nodded before the couple was driven away.

A St. James’ Palace spokesman said:

“The Duchess of Cambridge has been discharged from the King Edward VII Hospital and will now head to Kensington Palace for a period of rest.”

Incidentally Kensington Palace, which contains a number of luxurious apartments, was also the London residence of Prince William’s late mother, Princess Diana Spencer.

Prince William Guides His Wife Kate As They Leave The Edward VII Hospital Today