The Duchess of Cambridge took a break from public appearances while battling hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of pregnancy sickness, but this news would suggest she's on the mend.
It was confirmed today that Kate, 32, and William, also 32, will travel to the USA between 7 and 9 December 2014. They will stay in New York for the duration of their trip, with Prince William also making a day trip to Washington DC.
Let's hope Kate is feeling much better as it appears to be a jam-packed trip for the couple.
It's the first time in New York for both Wills and Kate and their first visit to the States since their highly successful 2011 tour following their wedding.
Among the most notable parts of their agenda are a visit to the National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Centre to pay their respects, and a gala for the Univeristy of St Andrews university's 600th Anniversary.
Kate and William met at the Scottish university.
The details of their agenda:
Sunday, 7 December
Private function on behalf of American Friends of the Royal Foundation.
Monday, 8 December
Travel to DC to attend an anti-corruption conference at the World Bank, and attend a working lunch to support the fight against illegal trade in ivory.
Will join the First Lady of New York City to visit a local child development centre and attend a lunch to celebrate achievements of British community in New York.
In the evening, the couple will attend an NBA Basketball game to help launch a new collaboration between Royal Foundation, United For Wildlife and the NBA.
Tuesday, 9 December
The couple will visit a youth organisation which works with an inner city youth development foundation and learn about the services and support available to young people.
Attend an event celebrating the British talent in creative industries in New York. William will also attend a technology-themed event with entrepreneurs from the UK and US.
Attending the University of St Andrews 600th Anniversary Dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which supports scholarships and bursaries for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Kate and William will likely leave their son Prince George, one, back in the UK with Kate's parents while they make their visit to the US, although if he did accompany them, there's no doubt he'd be a huge success!
Little George stole the show during the couple's Australian and New Zealand tour earlier this year.
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