Is today, April 27, the day pregnant Kate Middleton will give birth to the new royal baby? When will the doctors at St. Mary’s Hospital, Lindo Wing induce Princess Kate’s labor? Prince William’s very pregnant wife Kate Middleton’s original due date was said to be April 20, and Kate confirmed at an event that she was due “middle to the end of April.” Well, the middle of April has come and past and the month is nearly over, the Duchess of Cambridge is 4-7 days past her due date – and doctors could be inducing her labor as we speak.
Prince George’s new baby sister was supposed to be here nearly a week ago, and according to multiple reports Kate Middleton could undergo an induction any day now if she does not go in to labor. Kensington Palace set up three different birth plans at three different hospitals in England, but Kate’s primary choice is St. Mary’s in Paddington, at the Lindo Wing (the same place where Prince George was born). According to Palace sources, the doctors at St. Mary’s do not let pregnant women go over 7 days past their due dates without inducing them.
So far all has been quiet from the Royal Family and the staff at St. Mary’s – if Kate Middleton had travelled to St. Mary’s hospital to be induced already we would have heard about it from the press that have been camped there for nearly a week. Once Kate Middleton gives birth the Royal Family plans to announce the baby’s arrival on their official Twitter account first @kensingtonroyal, and then the traditional proclamation will be hung outside of the Palace. In their official announcement Kate Middleton and Prince William will finally reveal the sex of their newborn baby, news leaked months ago that Prince George would be getting a little sister – however Kate nor Will have confirmed or denied the claims.
Are you as excited as we are for Kate Middleton to finally give birth to the new Royal baby? Do you think the doctors at St. Mary’s Hospital will induce her labor since she is so far past her due date? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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