Catherine Middleton is expecting her first baby in July, and her continued morning sickness has caused her to seek alternative treatments to deal with it.
Middleton's friend, Jessica Hay, told Australia's "New Idea" Magazine that the wife of Prince William "still looks at food and feels nauseous," according to Fox News.
Pregnancies resulting in the birth of twins can cause acute morning sickness, like that experienced by Prince Charles' daughter-in-law, but St. James' Palace has stated that the future mother is not carrying twins.
It is believed that the hypnotherapy Princess Kate will undergo will help remove any negative thoughts still harbored by the royal, as she finds the thought of food still a little repulsive. And who can blame her?
The hypnotherapist will seek to substitute Kate's negative food thoughts with more positive ones about healthier fare. The princess has already started choosing to dine on oatmeal, berries, avocados and broccoli, but in limited amounts, as her stomach still gets full very quickly.
The Duchess of Cambridge's Pilates workout plan includes sessions three times a week, which is sure to keep Princess Kate fit as her waistline expands thanks to the future king or queen of England.