Kate Middleton gives first look at baby bump since pregnancy announcement

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Kate Middleton appeared Tuesday for the first time since it was announced that she was pregnant with her third child. Kate, 35, joined her husband Prince William, 35, and brother-in-law Prince Harry, 33, at a reception at Buckingham Palace to mark World Mental Health Day.

The event celebrated those working in the mental health sectors across the United Kingdom, and the royal trio were joined by guests from leading mental health organisations.

The royal mom walked into The White Drawing Room with William and Harry in a pretty blue Temperley London dress, which showed off a hint of a baby bump. She's delighted to be here tonight'.

It has been suggested that the Duchess has again been suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum with her third pregnancy which forced her to miss a number of recent public engagements, including her son Prince George's first day at school.

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She's been battling severe morning sickness.

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The Duchess also suffered from the condition when she was expecting Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

She will take part in the event along with Prince William and Prince Harry to celebrate and express gratitude towards the people from across the United Kingdom devoted to the mental health field.

Kate Middleton stepped out for the first time since announcing her third pregnancy.

During the St James's Palace reception, William told guests that the British tradition of the "stiff upper lip" was a legacy of the trauma of the First World War.

Fry said about the Duchess: "I do understand she's been having this problem more severely than many pregnant mothers and so we're very grateful (she's here)".

And commenting on the Heads Together campaign he added: "I think it's an extraordinary achievement by this generation of the royal family, they've really done a remarkable thing - no-one would realise if they hadn't done it, which makes it all the more remarkable that they have". But her health is most important and it's good to see that Middleton's condition is improving.

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