Kate Middleton will reportedly give birth at St. Mary’s Hospital where William was born
Kate Middleton has just over three months to go until she gives birth and if reports prove to be true she has already laid out her birthing plan. According to People magazine the Duchess of Cambridge has already chosen a doctor to guide her through the process and a hospital.
An insider informed the magazine that Kate Middleton has made arrangements to stay at St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington where Princess Diana gave birth to Princes William and Harry.
It’s believed the royal delivery will happen at the Lindo wing of the private hospital where patients have their own rooms complete with satellite television and concierge services.
While nothing has been confirmed, the hospital is also in close proximity to Kensington Palace that would make things easier once the baby does decide its time to arrive.
People also report that Kate has chosen Alan Farthing as her doctor along with the Queen’s personal physician, Marcus Setchell. The team of medics will help the royal during the big day and they certainly appear up to the job, a royal insider described Mr Setchell as ‘a lovely old-school gentleman who is very highly rated by the Queen.’
We’re sure Kate is in good hands then!
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