How Kate Middleton Is Preparing for Baby No. 3

How Kate Middleton Is Preparing for Baby No. 3

How Kate Middleton Is Preparing for Baby No. 3

Royal correspondents from around the globe have been sharing pictures of the early movement at the Lindo Wing, but are reminding onlookers that we could still have a way to go before we meet the new Prince or Princess.

Kate didn't rest up in hospital after having her babies.

Only several hours later, after he was born, did they send out a tweet and a press release confirming Kate had given birth, and it was to a boy.

In previous years, Princess Charlotte would have been bumped down to fifth-in-line, were the Duchess of Cambridge to give birth to a boy.

September 18 - The Duchess appears in a video message, backing the You're Never Too Young To Talk Mental Health campaign run by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families.

The exclusive Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington has already set up their parking restrictions - and barriers have also been put in place in anticipation of the world's media.

The barrier installation comes after royal photographer Arthur Edwards spotted that the railings outside the Lindo Wing were being painted last month.

Consultant obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston and consultant gynaecologist Alan Farthing will be again involved after helping to deliver Kate's previous children.

The baby is due to be born in mid-to-late April, and The Duchess has recently been seen in Norfolk, shopping in Waitrose.

But an insider revealed that Middleton will deliver her third bundle of joy on April 23.

The next time we hear from Kensington Palace about pregnant Kate, it is likely that she'll be in labor.

The new baby will be born just weeks before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married on May 19.

"They have had two very positive experiences at the Lindo Wing so it's the No. 1 choice", a source told Vanity Fair.

When the baby arrives, believed to be around the third week of April, the sex will be a surprise to the couple as well as the nation-William and Kate have opted not to learn the baby's sex ahead of time.

It remains unknown if Prince George and Princess Charlotte will join Prince William and Middleton in welcoming the new addition to their family at the hospital.

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