The Duchess of Cambridge was discharged from the King Edward VII Hospital today and will now head to Kensington Palace for a period of rest, said St James's Palace. The very latest updates also on our national site here.
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Clarence House has announced that the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to remain in hospital for a few days and that Prince William is with her. It has also been confirmed that she is not yet 12 weeks along in the pregnancy.
Earlier this year 1,000 guests gathered to enjoy the view of the Thames pageant as it reached its end at Tower Bridge. The guests were given tickets through a ballot offered to residents of the City of London. The royal couple received an ecstatic reception as they waved to the crowds
The Duchess of Cambridge is in King Edward VII Hospital in central London suffering from morning sickness a St James's Palace spokesman has confirmed. Her Royal Highness was admitted to the hospital this afternoon. More on this story on our national site here.