Duchess Kate has packed her hospital bag for the forthcoming birth, new report says
Duchess Kate is said to be ready for the birth of her third child. She and her family have packed certain items that she values that she will take with her for her hospital stay.
Included in her hospital bag are trinkets that she received from her mother and the Queen. OK reported that the Duchess is due to give birth any day soon.
Duchess Kate will be giving birth at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London. This is the same hospital that she gave birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
A source has revealed that Kate has already packed her hospital bag with a handful of luxuries and good luck charms. The items she intends to take with her are meant to make her feel more at home during her stay in the maternity ward.
A stay at the hospital’s maternity ward costs a minimum of $8,435 per night. A deluxe package at the Lindo Wing costs $8,970 for a larger room which includes gourmet three-course meals cooked by an in-house chef.
The items that Kate has packed included a 19th-century alabaster cameo pendant that was given to her by the Queen. She also packed some thing’s belonging to her mother, Carole Middleton, which are some black onyx beads.
The Duchess made sure to pack three framed family photos. Included pictures are one with the Middleton family and one with the Queen.
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Her children have lent her a handful of their favorite toys to keep her company. Prince William has reportedly given his wife one of her favorite aromatherapy kits which are scented with Madagascan vanilla.
Kate loaded up her Kindle with ‘the latest Booker prize winners.’ Although, the maternity ward has a selection of newspapers and complimentary wifi.
The birth of her third child will be first announced on the Royal Family's official social media channels. Then a traditional paper announcement will be placed on an easel outside Buckingham Palace.
It will confirm the baby's sex and its time of birth.