Sunrise's Nat Barr on Kate Middleton mystery: 'She's pregnant'

Mystery is swirling around the Duchess of Cambridge after she hasn’t been seen in public for nearly two months.

And now, Sunrise host Natalie Barr has weighed in on Kate Middleton’s whereabouts, saying: “She’s pregnant.”

Natalie Barr and Kochie on Sunrise
Natalie Barr has weighed in on the mystery surrounding Kate Middleton's whereabouts. Photo: Sunrise

When questioned by her fellow hosts about how she knows, Nat continued: “I’ve no idea, I’m just adding to the rumours.”

Nat also said that the Duchess could be ‘vomiting her little heart out’ due to hyperemesis gravidarum, which Kate has suffered from in the past.


Kate Middleton at Wembley
Kate Middleton was last seen nearly two months ago. Photo: Getty Images

Hyperemesis gravidarum is a severe form of morning sickness, which can lead to hospitalisation.

Kate Middleton was so ill withhyperemesis gravidarum during her first pregnancy that it did land her in hospital.

“She could actually just be having a life,” Nat concluded.

During the Sunrise segment, they also claimed that “some royal watchers are convinced a divorce is looming”.

Kate Middleton at Wembley with Prince William and Prince George
Kate Middleton hasn’t been seen in public since July 11, when she was spotted at the Euro 2020 finals with Prince William and Prince George. Photo: Getty Images

Kate Middleton hasn’t been seen in public since July 11, when she was spotted making two appearances, one at Wimbledon and another with her husband, Prince William and son, Prince George at the Euro 2020 finals at Wembley.

Further questions were raised by royal fans when no new photos of the Cambridge children were posted to the official Instagram page of the royal couple at the beginning of their school term.

However, it’s not the first time Kate has taken a break from the public eye but that was only 41 days, when she took a holiday to Wales.

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