Random Couple Have Baby At Same Hospital As Kate, Get Greeted By World’s Media
Kate Middleton seems to be dishing out babies like there’s no tomorrow. Maybe it’s just me, but I swear she’s in labour at least twice a year.
In the past hour it was revealed that Kate had given birth to a baby boy, weighing 8lb 7oz at 11:01 this morning. Meanwhile another 251 babies were born on that very same minute.
As you can probably imagine, the eyes of the world were on St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington all morning eagerly awaiting Kate and Will’s third kid after news broke this morning that she had gone into labour.
However, while the world’s media and trigger happy photographers stood waiting outside the Lindo Wing of the hospital, famed for its extreme privacy, one other happy couple strolled out the main doors.
Swinging open the doors clutching their newborn in a car seat, the couple stood with the cameras of the world’s media staring directly at them, reports the Mirror.
They won’t be forgetting this child’s birth anytime soon.
Not too long after this unnamed couple had the surprise of their lives, Kate and William announced the birth of their third child, a baby boy.
Kate gave birth at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in London where the royal couple’s other children were born.
Kensington Palace tweeted the news:
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 1101hrs.The baby weighs 8lbs 7oz.
The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth.
Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well.
The Duchess was admitted to the hospital this morning (April 23) when she entered the early stages of labour.
She has been on maternity leave since March 22 with her last royal visit being to a charity lunch in London.
Kate did not know until the birth whether she was having a boy or girl.
For the first time in history, the sex of the latest addition will not change who is next in line for the throne.
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Male heirs now do not take precedence over female ones thanks to 2013’s Succession to the Crown Act.
Prince Harry though now moves down to sixth in line due to the new arrival which has bumped him from the number five spot.
Just like her two previous pregnancies, Kate experienced hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) during the first few months which is an extreme form of morning sickness.
Affecting roughly two per cent of all expecting mothers, symptoms include constant nausea, severe vomiting and weight loss.
The condition meant Kate had to spend three days in hospital while pregnant with George but thankfully was well enough to avoid it during her second and third pregnancies.
The child’s name is set to be announced in the coming days.
Personally I’m trying to figure out why so many care. No disrespect to the family but why are people bothered in the slightest… Fools me.
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