The Duchess will give birth in style
Kate Middleton will enjoy the luxuries of an en-suite bathroom, food cooked by top chefs and satellite TV when she gives birth at London’s Lindo Wing.
The Duchess, 31 – who’s due on Saturday – is also going to have access to a safe, wi-fi and radio to ensure her delivery is as comfortable as possible.
Prince William can relax with a reclining chair, access to a ‘comprehensive wine list’, champagne and a mini bar.
A fresh bouquet of flowers will arrive every day and blackout curtains are in place to keep the couple’s special day private.
The royal baby’s birth is to be overseen by the Queen‘s former and current gynaecologists Marcus Setchell and Alan Farthing as well as a small group of staff.
William, 31, and his pregnant cousin Zara Phillips were both born in the Lindo Wing, which is attached to Paddington’s St Mary’s Hospital.
It costs £6,265 for a one-night stay and and £2,200 for each extra night.
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