Kate eating lavender biscuits to help her morning sickness
Advised by Duchess of Cornwall who is a big fan of the snack
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It is a folk remedy fit for a princess.
As she battles acute morning sickness, the Duchess of Cambridge has apparently turned to a traditional cure for queasiness: lavender shortbread biscuits.
The plant has long been used as an anti-nausea remedy, though pregnant women are usually advised to administer it in the form of a few drops of oil in the bath.
Traditional cure: Kate is said to be munching away on lavender biscuits, which were recommended to her by the Duchess of Cornwall to ease morning sickness
However, Kate is said to have had the recommendation from her husband’s stepmother, the Duchess of Cornwall, who is known to be a fan of lavender biscuits.
The Royal Family has been sending her boxes of the unusual shortbread, which is sold by Prince Charles’s Duchy Originals brand as well as the Queen's favourite London store Fortnum and Mason, the Sun reported.
In a cameo on Radio 4’s The Archers last year, Camilla raved about the lavender shortbread baked for her at Ambridge’s hotel, Grey Gables.
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