Kate Middleton is said to be 'feeling better' after she was taken to hospital with morning sickness earlier this week.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who was confirmed to be expecting her first child with hubby Prince William on Monday (3rd December), is reportedly receiving vital fluids and nutrients via a drip as she battles the condition Hyperemesis Gravidarum.
A St James's Palace spokesman said: "The Duchess of Cambridge is continuing to feel better. She and the Duke are immensely grateful for the good wishes they have received. She will remain in hospital at present.”
Wills is thought to have spent six hours by Kate's bedside yesterday (4th December) before leaving the King Edward VII Hospital in Central London at around 5.45pm.
According to The Sun, her brother-in-law Prince Harry sent Kate a special message from Afghanistan saying: "Get well soon, Sis."
Hazza is said to be 'thrilled' when he heard Wills and Kate's baby news, with a source telling the newspaper: “Harry jumped for joy when he heard the news that Kate is expecting. He’s really looking forward to coming back and can’t wait to be an uncle.”
The newspaper adds that Kate is apparently only eight-weeks pregnant, stating that their bundle of joy is thought to be on course to arrive on 1st July - William's late mother, Princess Diana's birthday.
Speaking on ITV's This Morning, Dickie Arbiter claimed that Prince William and Kate did not want to reveal their baby news until after Christmas, but added Clarence House and St James Palace did "the absolute right thing" by announcing the news early, as "their hands were tied" by Catherine's ill health.