The yet to be born little prince or princess isn’t due until April, but it already has a web page presence. All thanks to Prince William and Duchess Kate.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, is keeping really busy, even in the final months of her pregnancy.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third baby will be born in a matter of few weeks. To make the moment special for the latest addition to the family, Will and Kate decided to do something extraordinary. Like any modern parents would do: they launched their baby’s internet presence.
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Last weekend, a new page was added to the website of the royal family about the future prince or princess. Right now, royal.uk/baby provides limited information.
Currently, it just has an official tweet confirming Kate’s pregnancy and a text. The text says: “Updates will be posted on this page and on @KensingtonRoyal’s Twitter account as they become available.”
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The page is likely to be updated once the Duchess of Cambridge goes into labour, and after the baby is born.
The news that Kate Middleton is expecting her third child may have the public squealing with delight, but many of us are also a bit concerned about her and baby’s well-being.
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The Duchess of Cambridge, after her two pregnancies, has hyperemesis gravidarum (HG). It’s a condition that is characterized by severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss and dehydration.
It was previously rumoured that Kate, who is due in April, was considering a home birth. But now, a recent report suggests that she will be delivering her third child in the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Paddington Hospital in London. Both Prince George and Princess Charlotte were born in the same hospital.