After being admitted to the hospital on Monday for acute morning sickness, Kate Middleton has left King Edward VII Hospital in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 30, was accompanied by her husband, Prince William, 30, as she exited the hospital with a smile and a bouquet of flowers.
In a statement released by the hospital, it was confirmed that the Duchess had been discharged from the hospital and revealed that she now plans to rest at Kensington Palace, a residence of the Royal Family.
The Duchess' first child, whom she simultaneously revealed to be pregnant with upon divulging the news of her hospitalization, will become third in line to throne regardless of its gender.
While her pregnancy news fell on poor terms, the Duchess is elated to bring a new member into the Royal Family after marrying Prince William in April 2011.
Middleton is less than twelve weeks pregnant, which is a typically premature pregnancy announcement for the Royal Family, who was reportedly planning to announce the news on Christmas. However, the hospitalization seemingly encouraged the exciting news, which would have otherwise been exposed to the public through her hospitalization.