With an official engagement scheduled for next Monday, it was thought we might get to see the Duchess of Cambridge for the first time since her second pregnancy was announced.
But Kate has cancelled her plans to visit Sir Ben Ainslie's America's Cup team in Old Portsmouth as she is still suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum.
The Express reports Kate's trip to Sir Ben's £12 million headquarters in the Camber Dock has been called off. A spokesperson told the newspaper she has no plans to take on any more engagements in the next week.
After Kate missed her two-day visit to Malta over the weekend of 20 September, It was thought the duchess would return to work in October.
"There will be engagements in October and November," a royal aide told the Daily Mail. "We just haven't announced them yet."
Kate was last seen when she opened a poppy installation at the Tower of London with Prince William and Prince Harry.
The news of her pregnancy came to light when she was due to join husband William at an engagement in Oxford but was too ill.
Prince William also stepped in for Kate on the Malta trip, which celebrated the country's 50th anniversary of independence from Britain.
The prince offered health updates about his wife to well-wishers while he was there. "She's so-so, She's very disappointed she couldn't be here today," he said.
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