Pregnant Fearne Cotton feeling rough so misses Radio 1 show, Kate Middleton baby sympathy pains?

With the world awash with Kate Middleton pregnancy mania, we're wondering if Fearne Cotton is having her own baby sympathy pains for the Duchess.

The Radio 1 DJ, who is also expecting a baby, was forced to skip her usual slot this morning because she's feeling ill.

Preggers Fearne has got herself a cold and had to be replaced by Sara Cox on her 10am show.

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She tweeted: "Full of cold and feeling rough so coxie will do the show today. Thanks Saz love ya x"

And it seems like her pesky illness was starting to come on yesterday as she admitted she'd been a bit out of it, but did tweet congratulations to Prince William and Kate Middleton on their baby news.

She posted: "I'm a bit behind with news today. Congratulations to Wills and Kate. Such gorgeous news."

K-Middy is currently in hospital with an extreme case of morning sickness, after the Palace announced the news that she is in the early stages of pregnancy.

Fearne Cotton had to skip her Radio show today. Copyright [Wenn]

Meanwhile, Fearne has revealed she's having to adapt her uber stylish wardrobe for her bump, and isn't finding it that easy.

She told the Mail: "I guess it's just about being inventive, and probably more about a plain dress with a big, bejewelled necklace"

"It's so difficult, I was looking for something glitzy to wear for Children In Need but it's very challenging having a body that doesn't fit normal clothes at the moment."

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Fearne has been doing a pretty good job of maintaining her look in the past few weeks, playing with chunky knits and hat combos.

Yesterday she opted for a baggy cream knit, with pastel bobbles, which she paired with a purple skirt and red brogues.

We wonder if Kate will be taking any fashion tips from the fellow mum-to-be...