Hospital Prepares For Royal Baby

Prince William and Fiancee Kate Middleton Visit a Royal National Lifeboat Institution Lifeboat Station at Trearddur Bay on February 24, 2011

As Kate Middleton’s due date rapidly approaches, information about the hospital where the Duchess will be giving birth is starting to be revealed including details of the birthing suit and hospital security. Kate will be delivering the royal heir at St. Mary’s Hospital, the maternity facility is a favorite of many royals, and more specifically in the Lindo Wing of the hospital where Prince William and Harry were delivered. According to the hospital’s official website, in each room of the Lindo Wing there is a satellite TV, a radio, a safe, bedside phone, Internet access and a fridge. A dedicated hotel services team provides an extensive and nutritious menu, catering to each individual’s dietary requirements. The Lindo Wing assures patients “total peace of mind” based on their expert team of obstetric, neonatal and anesthetist care professionals. According to the U.K’s Sun, a fresh bouquet of flowers will be delivered to Kate’s suite every day and blackout curtains will ensure privacy. For extra security and privacy, just today police have been doing a massive sweep of the facilities this morning to ensure that the Duke and Duchess have the utmost privacy and care.  And when the little royal finally arrives, an announcement will be made to the public and a notice placed on the gates of Buckingham palace will reveal the baby’s gender. It might, however, be a few days before the baby’s name is revealed. Royal sources confirm that Prince William is expected to be right by his wife’s side through the delivery process and will take a statutory paternity leave before returning to his chopper search-and-rescue duties.

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