Kate Middleton Introduced To Millionaire Who Kept Wife’s Dead Body In London Apartment

Kate Middleton just recently returned to the public eye, having been off official royal duties for a good few months due to acute morning sickness symptoms, which she has suffered from as a result of her current pregnancy.

Last night, Kate attended a charity event in the form of a gala dinner at L’Anima restaurant in London. According to most people who saw the Duchess and spoke to reporters, she is looking a lot better than she was, and is definitely sporting a clear baby bump.

At the event, Kate Middleton met Swedish multi millionaire Hans Rausing, the founder of the world famous Tetra Pak brand, who was convicted in 2012 of preventing the lawful and decent burial of his wife Eva’s body, after he kept her in their London apartment for two months after her death from drug overdose.

Rausing, who attended the event with his new wife, Julia, was convicted in 2012 for preventing the lawful and decent burial of his wife, and it seems he now wants to help other people involved with drugs, as he is a big donor to the Action for Addicts organization who hosted the event.

Soon after Kate arrived at the well-known Italian eatery, she was ushered off to meet a group of charity supporters, including the Rausing couple, with whom she chatted in her personable and royal manner.

Julia Rausing told reporters, “It’s wonderful to be here this evening and wonderful to chat to her (the Duchess).”

The body of Eva Rausing was found by police at the couple’s $120 million London home in Belgravia in July 2012, decomposed underneath a pile of clothes.

It was widely reported at the time that both Eva and Hans had struggled with heroin and crack cocaine addiction for many years.

At the event, Kate Middleton spoke with charity supporter Christopher Holder, but kept totally shtoom about the gender of her new baby.

Holder told reporters after the dinner, “She’s a fabulous woman, she does so much for charity. We’re obviously all aware, there was a bit of nervousness that this may not happen with her being here. She said she’s loving being here. I think there was talk of her heels and there was talk about the baby and I think someone asked the question ‘what is it going to be?’ but she didn’t answer.”