Kate Middleton is still feeling the effects of her second pregnancy. The pregnant Duchess was rumored to start attending events again this month, but canceled a scheduled appearance at the opening of the Clore Art Room at London’s Barlby Primary School on Wednesday.
The event was part of the Clore Duffield Foundation’s 50th anniversary celebration. “I am truly sorry that I cannot be with you all today as you celebrate this milestone,” Kate, who’s been a Royal Patron of the Art Room since 2012, said in a statement. “My sincere apologies for not being able to join you, but I hope that I will have an opportunity to visit Barlby and see the Clore Art Room soon.”
Prince William’s wife is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness that she also experienced while pregnant with her first child, Prince George.
As of now, the Palace has not revealed whether or not any of Kate’s other upcoming engagements have been canceled. “We are taking decisions closer to the time of them occurring, and we are keeping them under review,” the Palace said in a statement.