It remains to be seen whether Prince Harry's relationship with his brother and daughter-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, has improved in recent times. There have been speculations that the Windsors supported the Sussex after Meghan lost her second child to Harry (see also: Family nearby: how the Windsors supported Megan and Harry after losing their child). This means that the "ice" could "get under way."
Royal experts recall how William and Kate took part in Harry's life when he was a bachelor. In 2014, Katherine even helped organize a 30th birthday party for her brother-in-law at her and her husband's apartment in Kensington Palace, recently refurbished and given a special polish and flair. However, the holiday was not destined to take place.
Due to the grave morning sickness of the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, courteous Harry reportedly contacted all of his guests and announced that he thought it was "inappropriate" to keep the party going. At the time, a source told The Mirror: “Harry had no doubt that the party should be postponed, although 30 years is an important milestone. Kate was actively involved in organizing the party for Harry, and when she felt unwell, he felt that the event should not be allowed to take place.
They say that to organize the party, the Duchess ran to the services of the Middleton, who always dealt with parties professionally. Her sister Pippa was supposedly to organize the event at Kensington Palace. The source added, "He [Harry] has promised his friends that he will host a 30th birthday party later when the time is right."
It is known that Kate suffered from severe toxicosis during all her pregnancies, so Harry sounded the alarm for a reason. In fact, the Duchess does not have ordinary toxicosis, but real hyperemesis gravidarum - that is, an extreme form of morning sickness, which can lead to dehydration. Katherine repeatedly required hospitalization to prevent such a threat (see also: Royal toxicosis: what is wrong with pregnant Kate Middleton (and why it is dangerous)).
Due to the Duchess's illness, other royal plans were canceled. For example, for the first time his father had to accompany Prince George to school alone: His Highness's mother could not cope with the morning attack. Many believe that it is high time in Britain to create a support center for women suffering from hypermesis of pregnant women and appoint the Duchess of Cambridge as its patron so that she can encourage other expectant mothers and tell them how to cope with this difficulty.
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