Kate Middleton's third trimester is taking a toll on her, and she's relying on Prince William and Meghan for help

Kate Middleton is pregnant with her third child and while she is just a couple of months due, the Duchess is having a hard time but luckily for her, she has her loved ones around her.

Kate Middleton might have managed to convince us that she is active despite being in her third trimester but things have been taking a toll on her. According to Perez Hilton, the Duchess Of Cambridge is trying to make her way through different public appearances without becoming too worked up. 

Kate's trimester has reportedly taken a toll on her  (Photo by Chris Jackson - WPA-Pool/Getty Images)

It doesn't come as a surprise as Kate has been spotted in various public events since the time she has announced her pregnancy and let's not forget her red carpet appearance at the BAFTA. While she managed to look flawless in a dark green Jenny Packham gown, an insider told the magazine that she looked "confident" but in reality, she struggled a bit. 

According to the insider, "evening engagements get harder the later into pregnancy Kate gets." Even though the Duchess sure has managed to pull herself through this, there is no doubt that it might be a task. Especially since previously it was reported that she was suffering from hyperemesis (a severe type of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy). 

Prince William has been trying to be a supportive husband in this (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

However, Kate might have a bit of help from her soon to be sister-in-law, Meghan Markle. According to US Weekly, Meghan often "shares tips she’s read about healthy eating.” On the other hand, Prince William has also stepped in as the caring husband. 

“William does all he can to make sure she’s comfortable,” a source told the magazine. “He just wants her to feel supported.” It is believed that Kate and Prince William will welcome their third child in late April. In order to help the royal couple out, there will be helpers in waiting, just like they were there during the birth of George and Charlotte. 

The insider revealed that Kate and William plan on appointing a few baby nurses for the first six to eight weeks, "mostly to help with establishing a sleeping routine." 

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