After battling a bought of severe morning sickness, Kate Middleton emerged from her slumber to attend the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards in London on Sunday (December 16).
Before the event, a St. James's Palace spokesman announced, "The Duchess of Cambridge will tonight attend the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year Awards at the ExCeL London, where Her Royal Highness will present the Lifetime Achievement and the main Sports Personality of the Year Awards. The Duchess will attend the event in response to a longstanding invitation from the BBC."
Her family is still trying to sort out all the tragic details surrounding her suicide, and it seems Jacintha Saldanha left a total of three notes before she took her own life.
According to a report, the London nurse who accidentally fell for a radio prank and divulged details regarding Kate Middleton's medical condition took pen to paper to explain how she handled the hoax in its aftermath and how she wanted her funeral to be arranged.
Earlier this month she fell for a radio prank and ended up giving out information on Kate Middleton's condition, and hospital nurse Jacintha Saldanha indeed committed suicide following the incident.
According to a new report from the coroner’s office, the 46-year-old married mother-of-two ended her own life by hanging herself with a scarf from a wardrobe in her home, located near the King Edward VII hospital in which she worked.
She’s been receiving medical treatment for acute morning sickness for the past few days, and this morning (December 6) Kate Middleton was finally released from the hospital.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out of London’s King Edward VII hospital carrying a bouquet of yellow flowers and accompanied by her husband Prince William, much to the relief of Royal watchers the world over.