Denied rumors that Kate Middleton will give birth at Kensington Palace: the third royal baby will be born at St Mary Hospital like the other two children of the Dukes of Cambridge
Kate Middleton, the looks of the third pregnancy
Kate Middleton pregnant for the third time, will give birth in April to the third royal baby, most likely a female, in hospital at St. Mary Hospital where the other children of the Dukes of Cambridge, George and Charlotte also saw the light.
The news escaped Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent who assisted Kate during the birth of her second child. The hospitalization of the almost new mother was not at all obvious, in fact for some time there had been very persistent rumors that the third birth would take place at Kensington Palace, because Will and Kate wanted to protect their privacy and that of their children at all costs. But apparently these rumors were completely unfounded. Home birth always presents risks as far as future rulers would have been followed by a first-rate team.
The indiscretion leaked during Lady Middleton's visit to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) in Marylebone. It is here that Lady Middleton was able to embrace the gynecologist who helped her have Charlotte, Dr. Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent who said, as reported in the Daily Mail: "It was a surprise and an immense pleasure to find myself still with Kate".
On this occasion, Kate Middleton was awarded the role of patroness and patron of the Royal College and in her speech she thanked the doctors and midwives for the important work they perform in the delivery room.
Kate was adorable with the outfit that the designer Jenny Packham created especially for her: blue empire-style dress and a very chic white-bordered coat. Although rumors insist that the third royal baby is female, Lady Middleton is increasingly dressed in blue.