After being hospitalized for three days by severe vomiting, due to her pregnancy, Duchess Catherine of Cambridge, known as Kate Middleton, was discharged from King Edward VII Hospital.
The Dukes are very grateful to their fans for the wishes for a quick recovery that have been received since the hospitalization of Catalina.
Kate, of less than 12 weeks pregnancy, suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition commonly experienced by pregnant women and causes nausea and vomiting that lead to dehydration and weight loss. This condition is common when dealing with multiple pregnancies.
Catherine’s pregnancy has unleashed am uproar of gambling among the British citizens who opt that the Dukes will have twins. Rupert Adams, spokesman for the bookmaker firm, William Hill, said that “the condition of Kate is apparently very common among mothers expecting twins.”