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It seems as though the Duchess of Cambridge has well and truly recovered from the very worst side effects of her severe morning sickness condition, Hyperemesis Gravidarum, as she attended another royal engagement on Wednesday 8th November.
On Wednesday, Catherine attended the opening of the annual School Leaders forum, run by the charity Place2Be. The previous evening, she also attended a gala held at Kensington Palace for the Anna Freud Centre.
Whilst at the event, the Duchess delivered a speech, and revealed to the audience that after her period of intense morning sickness, she’s now able to take Prince George to school.
Catherine was left unable to do George’s very first school run as she was too unwell after announcing that she was pregnant with hers and Prince William’s third baby.
But the big milestone hasn’t been an easy transition for the Duchess, who admitted that she’s only just getting used to it.
She shared, “As a mother, just getting used to leaving my own child at the school gates, it is clear to me that it takes a whole community to help raise a child. Whether we are school leavers, teachers, support staff or parents we are all in this together.”
The royal donned an autumn-appropriate outfit for her visit to the forum, wearing a burgundy-coloured dress by Goat, which costs £590.
She matched the dress with a pair of warm black tights and a simple pair of black heels.
During her speech, the Duchess also shared how passionate she was about making a difference to the lives of children, continuing, “Collaborating with experts like yourselves, we’re looking at providing easy access to information and practical tools to support teachers, parents and children feel comfortable talking about their mental health.
“We are all here today because we share the belief that every child deserves the chance to fulfill their potential.”
The Duchess is now also returning to her royal duties following her
period of ill health, and will attend the Remembrance Sunday service