Kate Middleton was reportedly rushed to hospital last week in London for an unknown reason.
According to Woman’s Day, the Duchess of Cambridge visited King Edward VII Hospital before being released a day later.
The publication claims Kate was “doing much better” and her mother Carole helped to take care of the kids while she was in hospital.
King Edward VII Hospital is the same place Kate Middleton stayed when she was admitted for hyperemesis gravidarum in December 2012 - or morning sickness, as it’s more commonly known.
The Duchess was there for three days before she appeared on the steps out front with Prince William, carrying a pretty yellow bouquet in her hands.
Kate also suffered from severe morning sickness when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte, but was treated by doctors at home.
King Edward VII hospital has a long-standing relationship with the royal family.
Prince Philip was treated at the hospital when he was admitted for a bladder infection in June 2012 and the Queen stayed there after a bout of gastroenteritis in March 2013.