Yes! As the Duchess of Cambridge ventured out to unveil her first ever portrait by artist Paul Emsley at the National Portrait Gallery in London, ...
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a private viewing of her new official commissioned painting by Glasgow-born artist Paul Emsley at the National Portrait Gallery in ...
Duchess Catherine looked simply elegant and still very slim in her maroon belted dress.
Even as the paparazzi tried their hardest to capture the celebrity tummy, Duchess of Cambridge refused to take her arms away.
Duchess of Cambridge Kate leaves the National Portrait Gallery with her husband, Prince William (L), after viewing a newly-commissioned official painting of her in London.
A slender Kate walks along with husband Prince William.
Glasgow-born artist Paul Emsley (L) greets Britain's Prince William (R) during a private viewing of his new official commissioned painting of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge ...
Catherine engaged in conversation with Glasgow-born artist Paul Emsley (L) at the National Portrait Gallery. The oil on canvas of the Duchess of Cambridge by ...
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leaves the National Portrait Gallery after viewing a newly-commissioned official painting of her in London January 11, 2013.
Prince William and his wife Catherine's first child is due in July, St James' Palace announced on Monday, adding that the mother-to-be is feeling better following her hospitalisation last month.
"Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to confirm they are expecting a baby in July," the palace said in a statement, suggesting the 31-year-old is at least three months pregnant. "The duchess's condition continues to improve since her stay in hospital last month," it added.
Catherine was admitted to hospital on December 3 suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness, and stayed three nights. She was not seen in public for several weeks after receiving treatment, although she presented cyclist Bradley Wiggins with the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year award shortly before Christmas.
Last week she was photographed attending a performance of the Cirque du Soleil in London for her birthday, and also attended the unveiling of her first official portrait at the National Portrait Gallery, where she looked well. Her hospitalisation had forced royal officials to announce her pregnancy before she had yet reached 12 weeks, the point at which the danger of a miscarriage drops off significantly.
Hyperemesis gravidarum is often associated with twins, but the palace confirmed on Monday that William and Kate were only expecting one child. They refused to comment on its sex, or whether the couple knew its sex. The child will be direct in line to the throne after William and his father Prince Charles, and should wear the crown regardless of whether it is a boy or a girl thanks to a change in the laws of succession.