Kate Middleton: ¿Qué fue ayer hace dos años?

Kate Middleton: What was yesterday two years ago?

Kate Middleton: What was yesterday two years ago?

Sweet anniversary

wantedthe 04.12.2014 | 10:21

Yesterday, December 3, was a very special day in Windsor. Because two years ago, Kate Middleton and Prince William had a sweet message to announce on that date. What was that

What is possibly the most popular topic when it comes to real couples? Weddings, pregnancies and babies! Even with Kate Middleton and Prince William, after the dream wedding in 2010, people couldn’t wait for a newcomer to be announced. On December 3, 2012, the time had finally come: the Palace of St. James announced that the Duchess was expecting her first child!

Kate Middleton had every reason to be happy on December 3, 2012

As joyful as the news of the baby was: The euphoria was clouded by the fact that Kate Middleton was under medical treatment for an extreme form of pregnancy disease (hyperemesis gravidarum). Although it is rare to announce a pregnancy before the critical three-month limit has passed, Kate Middleton and Prince William decided to make the news public beforehand. However, all the difficulties were worth it: Prince George was born on July 22, 2013 and since then he has completely changed the lives of his parents.

Kate Middleton: déjà vue moment in the second pregnancy

On September 8 of this year, people experienced a moment similar to that of two years ago. Because Kate Middleton’s second pregnancy was announced before the three-month limit, also due to the fact that the Duchess was under medical treatment for hyperemesis gravidarum. Meanwhile, the 32-year-old has gotten over this exhausting moment and shines at events alongside Prince William. Meanwhile, you can even see a small bump. Baby number two will be born next April.

Until Kate Middleton and Prince William’s second baby is born, Prince George can still enjoy his position as an only child for a bit. But even after that, the little heir to the throne certainly won’t be without attention!

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