THE ROYAL BABY WAIT IS OVER! IT’S A BOY!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Prince William are finally parents. At St. Mary’s Hospital, London, the arrival of the first royal baby finally announced and the whole country of England is celebrating the much anticipated arrival of the royal baby. Continue reading
Countdown to the Royal birth! FEMAIL brings you everything you need to know about the arrival of Kate and Wills‘ firstborn
By Katy Winter Daily Mail PUBLISHED: 22 July 2013
It has finally happened: the Duchess of Cambridge has gone into labour. Of course, any woman who has experienced the joy of three days worth of contractions will know that Kate’s baby still may not put in an appearance today… or tomorrow.
But no doubt the Royal family (the Queen has a holiday to go on, after all) and the medical staff attending the birth will be on tenterhooks.
From every last detail inside the Royal delivery suite to provisions for a medical emergencies and the preparation of canon fire once the baby arrives, the Royal birth has been a maelstrom of protocol, tradition – and meticulous planning.
The hospital was chosen long ago – it is the same as the one where William and Harry were born. The nursery has prepared – and Kate has been spotted shopping for interiors multiple times over the last few months.
The gynaecologists are on hand, the parents – and siblings – are poised for action.
So just what goes into the arrival of a Royal baby? As Kate prepares for the birth of our future monarch, FEMAIL brings you all you need to know about the birth of William and Kate‘s first child…
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Palace: Prince William‘s wife Kate in labor
Royal officials said that Kate travelled by car to St. Mary’s Hospital in central London. Kate â also known as the Duchess of Cambridge â is expected to give birth in the private Lindo Wing of the hospital, where Princess Diana gave birth to William and his younger brother, Prince Harry.
The baby will be third in line for the British throne â behind Prince Charles and William â and is anticipated eventually to become king or queen.
The medical team will be led by royal gynecologist Dr. Marcus Setchell.
The child will be the first for William and Kate, who married in 2011 after a long courtship.