Pregnant Kate Middleton, who is due to give birth to her first child in mid-July, will have a natural birth instead of a Caesarean section at the same private suite in the St. Mary Hospital on London, where Prince William was born, according to the Daily Mail report on June 19.
However, the sex of the royal heir is still unknown and will be a royal surprise.
The 31-year-old Duchess’s mother Carole Middleton and her sister, Pippa Middleton are expected to be by her side, when she gives birth to the royal baby.
Meanwhile, royal aides are also making plans to fly Prince William to the hospital via helicopter, in case he’s on duty as a search and rescue pilot at the Royal Air Force, when Kate goes into labor.
In addition of the support of her family, Kate will be surrounded by every means of comfort and luxury and England’s top physicians. Her $15,000 luxury suite in the hospital will also have satellite TV, safe, radio, bedside telephone, refrigerator, internet service, newspapers, and a dedicated kitchen staff, the Daily Mail reported.
Earlier, Kate took maternity leave on June 13, after appearing in the public for the last time in the same day, when she christened the new cruise ship in Southampton.