After nearly four days in the hospital, Kate Middleton has checked out of King Edward VII Hospital.
On Monday, Dec. 3, the same day the world found out she was expecting, the pregnant duchess was admitted to treat a case of Hyperemesis Gravidarum — a severe form of morning sickness.
Accompanied by her husband Prince William, a healthy-looking Kate emerged from the medical center this morning clutching a bouquet of yellow roses.
“She left the hospital smiling and looking in good health,” an eyewitness tells In Touch. And she confirms that she is, in fact, on the mend.
“I’m feeling much better, thank you,” the expectant royal told reporters upon emerging.
The Dutchess and Duke of Cambridge will return to Buckingham palace, where Kate will continue to rest.
The new baby will become third in line to the throne, following Prince William and Prince Charles. The baby also will bump William's brother, Prince Harry, down a notch in the sequence.
We hope Kate continues to feel well, and we wish all the best to the expecting parents and their families!