Kate Middleton: How Royals Will Announce Duchess Going Into Labor

Tue, July 2, 2013 2:59pm EST by 3 Comments
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Posted at 12:14 AM on July 3, 2013  

Who is HL Intern ?

St. Mary’s Hospital is located in Bayswater, directly across the street from Kensington Gardens where Kensington Palace (London home to The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge) is located.
Although I would imagine that a car will be used to transport The Duchess when she goes into labour, she could make the short walk across the street. A helicopter will not be necessary!

According to tradition, after the birth, an announcement will be posted on an easel within the gates of Buckingham Palace to say “The Duchess of Cambridge was delivered of a boy/girl at “X” time on “X” date. Both Mother and child are doing well.”

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Posted at 6:21 PM on July 3, 2013  

The hospital is in Praed Street, Paddington. About a mile from Kensington Palace! I doubt that Kate will be walking there!

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