Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are expecting their second baby in April 2015, a statement from the royal house said Monday. Clarence House announced the pregnancy of the 32-year-old Duchess in early September.
The statement also revealed that Middleton is still suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, an acute form of morning sickness, but her condition has been steadily improving. The duchess had suffered from a similar condition when she gave birth to her first child, Prince George, in 2012.
Middleton will also resume her royal duties as she will greeting Tony Tan, the President of Singapore, on behalf of The Queen at the Royal Garden Hotel, London on Tuesday, Clarence House said, in a statement. The Duchess of Cambridge will also attend the Wildlife photographer of The Year 2014 Awards Ceremony at the Natural History Museum.
Meanwhile, there have been reports that the second royal child of William and Middleton will be a girl, while some reports also said that the duchess is expecting twins.