The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge met a baby girl during her visit to Glasgow and said she was "feeling much better" after she suffered from a rare form of pregnancy sickness.
Kate, who was carrying a bunch of flowers that the little girl was keen to try and eat, told her: "It's probably not so tasty."
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