Kate now taking a period of rest following release
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/14/2012 -- The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William left the hospital today, as Kate was discharged from her London hospital after being treated for what was being called “acute morning sickness”.
The sickness was clearly related to her pregnancy, which was recently announced. The royal couple left Thursday morning, according to sources. The couple's personal office stated that Kate will be at Kensington Palace for a period of rest.
Kate was scheduled to attend a series of charity events during the week and weekend, but William will stand in while she is recuperating.
The duchess reported on Thursday that she was feeling “much better” during her release from the hospital, William at her side.
Acute morning sickness is simply a term handed to the onset morning sickness that women often experience during pregnancy. While all morning sickness tends to be simply a difficult but overall-harmless affliction, dehydration can be a complication that is cause for some concern. Acute morning sickness carries a higher risk of that concern, as well as being linked as a possible warning sign to more serious problems.
The Duchess was carrying yellow flowers and the couple did stop briefly for photographers while getting into their car.
Prince William visited his wife each day during her four-day visit.
"Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank the staff at the hospital for the care and treatment the Duchess has received," Hannah Armstrong said in a statement.
The Royal family will be the official third in line to the throne after Prince Charles and Prince William. Under the agreement to end gender discrimination that was reached by the Commonwealth heads of state, girls would no longer be placed behind younger sons in the line of succession. Plans are in the works to amend the laws that govern the line of succession.
Officials announced the pregnancy officially on Monday, the same day the Duchess was admitted to the hospital. The official stated at that time that she was expected to stay at the hospital for several days, thereafter requiring “a period or rest”.
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