Poor Kate Middleton. The Duchess of Cambridge reportedly was rushed the the hospital after experiencing excruciating abdominal pains. She feared something was wrong with her unborn baby, who isn’t due for another seven weeks! How scary!
Kate Middleton, 33, who is still two months away from her second baby’s due date, was reportedly rushed to the hospital. The Duchess was doubled over in agony and had to call emergency services according to a new report. This is the second time that Kate has been hospitalized during this pregnancy. So awful!
Kate Middleton Rushed To The Hospital After Experiencing Severe Pain
We all know that Kate has been keeping up with her intense schedule of royal appearances while trying to juggle being pregnant. But a new report claims her traveling will be slowing down now after she reportedly was rushed to the hospital this month with severe Braxton Hicks contractions.
“Kate was frantic. William wasn’t home, and she was seriously concerned about the pain she was in,” a royal source told Star Magazine. “She was doubled over in agony, and her immediate fear was for her unborn baby. So she had her aides call emergency services.” That’s so scary!
Once the Duchess was admitted to the hospital, she reportedly had a series of tests were done, but doctors couldn’t establish what was wrong. “At first they thought she was in labor, but her contractions weren’t regular enough to warrant them preparing for birth,” the source explained to Star.
Thankfully, in the end everything was fine.
“The contractions aren’t necessary a sign that the baby is coming early, but they can be a red flag, so her doctors have been preparing for an early arrival,” the source told the outlet. She reportedly was kept overnight for observation, but her symptoms gradually disappeared less than 24 hours after Kate had been admitted, so she was released.
We’re so glad it was a false alarm!
Kate Hasn’t Slowed Down At 7 Months Pregnant
Kate has been working nonstop lately. She paid a visit to a pottery factory on Feb. 18 to see the production of a charity mug she helped to create. While there she met with families from the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice for a ceramics making workshop and even painted her own pottery.
Earlier this month on Feb. 11, Kate joined a group of schoolchildren for a mural painting session as part of her work with the 1851 Trust, which encourages young people to get involved in sailing.
We hope Kate starts to ease up on appearances and gets some rest before she gives birth to her second child.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers, should Kate start slowing down with work? Let us know your thoughts!
— Brittany King