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UK: Duchess of Cambridge leaves hospital after treatment for severe morning sickness

11:18 06 December 2012

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave the King Edward VII hospital in London where the Duchess of Cambridge had been admitted with severe morning sickness. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave the King Edward VII hospital in London where the Duchess of Cambridge had been admitted with severe morning sickness. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

THE Duchess of Cambridge has today been discharged from the King Edward VII Hospital.

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She has been taken to Kensington Palace to allow her to rest and recuperate, following treatment for acute morning sickness.

Kate left the central London private hospital where she has been treated since Monday.

She emerged carrying a bouquet of yellow flowers and walked from the building with husband William.

She gave a brief smile to the waiting press before being driven away.

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