Kate Middleton and Prince William appear to have it all, but the pregnant Duchess admits that includes nerves about becoming first time parents. During her today's (Tuesday) first public engagement since announcing her pregnancy in early December, the 31-year-old revealed she's nervous about welcoming her and William's baby in July. "I asked her if she was nervous about having a child, and she said it would unnatural if she wasn't. It's just human, isn't it?" a mother of three who spoke with Kate during her Hope House visit revealed to People.
During today's engagement, Kate Middleton also confirmed she's feeling much better than earlier in her pregnancy. A woman by the name of Natalie, who's also expecting a baby, reveals the Duchess told her she's recovered from her bout with severe morning sickness. "She was saying she had been feeling unwell, but was feeling better now," the woman is quoted as saying.
As Examiner.com previously reported, the Duchess of Cambridge has been on a period of rest after being hospitalized for the pregnancy condition. She has only made two public outings since then, but today's engagement marked the first of 2013. It comes just days after Kate and William returned from a private vacation in Mustique with the Middleton family. The visit also comes the same day Kate Middleton was highly criticized by an award-winning British author for being "plastic."
Kate and William are expecting to welcome the royal baby -- the future monarch -- in July.