Did Kate Middleton have a health scare that required The Duchess of Cambridge to be rushed to hospital and the royal family fearing premature labor? Prince William’s pregnant wife Kate Middleton is set to give birth to Prince George’s baby sister in April 2015. Although Kate Middleton’s second pregnancy kicked off just as badly as her first one and the Duchess was sidelined with hyperemises gravidarum during her first trimester – she appeared to be the picture of perfect health when she was out and about showing off her baby bump at Royal Family photo-ops. But, according to Star Magazine – Kate Middleton suffered a serious health scare and nearly went in to premature labor in February.
The March 9th edition of Star Magazine reveals that Kate Middleton was rushed to the hospital when she began experiencing labor pains seven weeks before her April due date. According to Star’s Royal Family insiders, “At first they thought she was in labor, but her contractions weren’t regular enough to warrant them preparing for birth. Kate was nauseous and had terrible cramping in her stomach so that was a concern. It was a very tense night to say the least.” Star goes on to reveal that within 24 hours Kate’s vitals were back to normal and she was no longer feeling any cramps – so they sent Prince William’s pregnant wife home.
Star goes on to claim that Prince William and the Royal Family are on “high alert” and that the Duchess’s doctors are monitoring her around the clock and there is a birthing suite at St. Mary’s already reserved for Kate in case she does go in to premature labor. We have a tough time believing that the Royal Family is on “high alert” and Kate Middleton could go in to premature labor any minute – when Prince William just boarded a plan and flew to Japan. We’re all excited for Prince George’s baby sister to be born, but it isn’t going to happen any sooner than Kate Middleton’s due date in April 2015 – regardless of how many completely exaggerated stories the tabloids print.
If Kate Middleton was really rushed to the hospital – it sounds like she just had a case of indigestion, because the report never made the news. Do you think that Prince William should have stayed behind with Kate and Prince George since the baby is due in six weeks? Will she give birth early? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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