Kate Middleton
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge arrives for the Royal Premiere of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" in London December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Suzanne PlunkettReuters

Kate Middleton has been away from public eyes for quite a while now since reports surfaced that she was suffering from a rare pregnancy complication called Hyperemesis gravidarum. However, the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to be seen at the meet and greet session of Singaporean president in the last week of this month, and probably with a baby bump.

It is still not confirmed if Kate Middleton will meet the Singaporean president but fashionistas must be eagerly waiting her pregnancy look. The 33-year-old royal became a fashion icon when she was pregnant with Prince George and her maternity fashion became the most-talked-about thing in the British fashion street.

It may be recalled that the duchess channelled polished looks from Alexander McQueen fashion line to Jenny Packham lace dresses while she was pregnant with her first child. She stood out in an empire waistline pastel blue dress by Emilia Wickstead at the reception event of National Portrait Gallery, and was seen in a sunny yellow coatdress from the same designer's collection for Queen Elizabeth's annual garden party at Buckingham palace.

Interestingly, Vogue has predicted some highly fashionable looks from floor sweeping dress to A-line shift dresses for her second pregnancy. The magazine has gone ahead and complied the possible fashion statements she might make.

Meanwhile, Middleton is said to be leaning on nanny, Maria Borrallo, to look after Prince George due to her health condition. 

"You can't let him out of your sight for a millisecond," a source told the Boston Herald about Prince George. "He's very curious — he opens anything with a door or a lid."

Moreover, it is also being said that the duchess is "fed" up of the grave morning sickness, according to the reports by Inquisitr. "Kate often starts the morning feeling great, but then she'll take a turn by afternoon," the source said, adding, "It's not fun for her at all."

Prince William is reportedly providing all the support to his wife and has been taking advice from various doctors and even from 70-year-old midwifery pioneer Lesley Page, as per the reports.

Middelton also suffered from morning sickness while she was pregnant with her first child, Prince George.