Kate Middleton is back to work, following her stint with acute nausea. According to the report from Life & Style magazine, the expectant Duchess of Cambridge was back to work because she was forced to be. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
Middleton, 32, was compelled to return to her royal duties by her grandmother-in-law. Because of her battle with acute morning sickness, Middleton has been absent from her duties in recent weeks because her poor health required weeks of treatment.
Allegedly, Queen Elizabeth II, 88, “commanded” Middleton to resume her duties earlier this month. Middleton’s first public appearance was at the Royal Garden Hotel in London on Oct. 21, 2014. The palace announced Middleton's second pregnancy on Sept. 8, 2014.
The Clarence House confirmed that Middleton, due in April 2015, was still suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum. Just a day after the announcement, she was seen attending an event at the Royal Garden Hotel in London on Oct. 21, 2014. On behalf of the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed the President of the Republic of Singapore and Mrs. Tony Tan Keng Yam at the Royal Garden Hotel as part of the state visit. Middleton also attended the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Awards Ceremony at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014.
“The queen has been unimpressed at the amount of official business Kate has missed out on. She feels enough is enough, duty comes first and it was time for Kate to step up to the plate,” revealed a source to the magazine in their Nov. 10, 2014 print issue.
The monarch, who also continued with her royal duties during her four pregnancies, wanted Middleton to follow her footsteps.
“Queen Elizabeth has a very strong work ethic and has hardly had to cancel any royal duties during her lifetime due to ill health. She will always put work first and believes Kate should be doing the same,” a source said.
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