The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate is due to give birth to her third royal baby any day now. So, it makes perfect sense that her hospital bag is packed and ready to go.
Well, let’s take a good look inside Kate’s hospital bag.
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There are a few luxuries and good luck charms that she’ll be bringing with her. Why? In order to make herself feel more comfortable as she becomes a mother for the third time.
Kate Middleton will stay at the exclusive Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital in central London. It is pure luxury for expectant mothers, with each room equipped with satellite TV, radio, a bedside phone and a fridge.
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Her imminent stay will see her bring a variety of home comforts.
That will include 19th century alabaster cameo pendant from Queen Elizabeth. Also, her mother’s black onyx beads. Kate will also be decorating her bedside table with two framed family photos. One with Her Majesty and the other with the Middleton’s.
Her two children, George and Charlotte, have added some of their favourite toys to keep their mother company. She has even thought of her post-birth recovery and packed some of her favourite moisturizer. Not to forget, her own kindle loaded with the latest Booker prize winners.
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Excitement over the third royal baby has now reached to the highest point after barriers began lining the street opposite the Lindo Wing. Also, parking restrictions were enforced in the area.
The news of the birth will be first announced on the official Kensington Palace Twitter and Instagram accounts. Then, a bulletin notice declaring the birth will go on display on an easel in the forecourt of the Buckingham Palace.