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All the Details of Where Kate Middleton Will Give Birth There is certainly comfort in the familiar, and that's probably one of the many reasons Kate Middleton will be delivering her second royal baby in the Lindo Wing of St.
Mary's Hospital! She gave birth to Prince George there almost two years ago, and now she's back to give the world another prince or maybe a princess. So, what's life like inside of the royal delivery wing? It's not too shabby, and it's definitely pricey. Consultant led care begins at $8,135 per night, olivia pope purse but the Duchess of Cambridge will probably be cared for in one of the en suite rooms or "deluxe rooms" and "suites" which are geared for those "who would like to take advantage of a larger space," according to the hospital's website. The maternity facility has been a longtime favorite of the royal family. Peter and Zara Phillips (cousins of Prince William and Prince Harry) were born there as well, among others. And maybe the "dedicated hotel services team" has something to do with it! The Lindo Wing prides itself on its room amenities, which include satellite TV, a radio, a kate spade outlet mall sale phone and Wi kate spade handbags Fi just in case Wills gets a little bored LOL. And if patients have special dietary needs, the Lindo Wing will provide for those, too. The brochure boasts, "Our extensive and nutritious menu caters for special dietary, cultural and religious requirements (including vegetarian, kosher and halal meals)." Kate won't want for anything during her stay. Patients and families also get to choose which daily newspaper they'd like to receive so they can keep up with the hubbub outside of the hospital walls (although they're definitely no strangers to that!). Although Dr. Marcus Setchell, Queen Elizabeth II's former gynecologist, led the team during Kate's first delivery, there has been a change of plans this time around because he retired soon after. He also received a knighthood for super sale kate spade his service to the royal family. For Kate's second child, Dr. Alan Farthing, who was on the team last time, is leading the team along with obstetrician Guy Thorpe Beeston. While some moms prefer to have home births or even water births, Ken Wharfe, former personal protection officer to William, Harry and their mother, Princess Diana, told People that the royals will always go to the Lindo Wing.
"Short of having a birthing pool in Kensington Palace and having a flock of storks fly over, it's in the book the baby at the Lindo is what they do," he said. "They won't change it." But while Kate is getting as comfortable as possible inside the hospital, what will George be up to? Will he come to visit his future little brother or sister? We'll find out soon enough.