Kate Middleton Giving Birth to Royal Baby With Prince William and Prince George at St. Mary’s Hospital

Kate Middleton Giving Birth to Royal Baby With Prince William and Prince George at St. Mary's Hospital

The world is watching as Kate Middleton is several days overdue with her second child with Prince William, and as we are closing in on the end of another day, it looks like the great wait will continue. The Duchess of Cambridge should be giving birth any time now, and sources are now revealing that Kate Middleton, 33, will have her husband Prince William by her side, as well as their son Prince George when Princess Kate gives birth her new royal baby.

A source recently revealed, “There’s more security this time around because William and Kate want to introduce baby George to his new sibling. They’ve read that it’s common practice to introduce the new arrival to its older sibling, and helps with the bonding process. So they plan on having George at the hospital.”

It’s shocking that there is supposed to be more security this time around, because we just reported that cocaine was found only yards away from the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, where Kate will give birth to, what Prince Charles hopes, is a baby girl.

The source says, “even though they’re Royals, they do just consider themselves like anyone else. If it’s advised to introduce their oldest to it’s younger sibling, they’ll want to do that. It just means that security will have to be very vigilant.”

The extremely pregnant Kate Middleton has been spotted out and about in London, and recently was seen in the Buckingham Palace pool. Reports have surfaced that Kate is trying aquatic exercises to help induce labor, but after a few days, it does not seem to be helping.

Mirror is also reporting that many sources believe Kate Middleton will give birth on May 4, during the full moon. Princess Kate gave birth to Prince George on July 22, 2013 on the day of a full moon. Many people believe the moon’s gravitational pull affects amniotic fluid, just as it does water, thus increasing the chance of giving birth.

Only time will tell, but for now the world will continue to wait for the newest addition to the Royal Family.

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