William and Kate's third baby to be born in St Mary's Hospital

Brenda Watkins
April 10, 2018

Baby No. 3 will be delivered at St. Mary's Hospital in London and the medical team will be led by Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston.

Preparations started getting underway this morning as St Mary's Hospital sealed off the road leading to the Lindo Wing where Kate will give birth.

Princess Diana didn't follow this particular protocol, instead birthing her sons in St. Mary's Hospital in London, England.

Temporary parking restrictions were placed outside the hospital on April 9 where Kate Middleton, 36, will give birth this month. Princes William, Harry and George were all born at the Paddington hospital as were Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall. As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge decided not to learn the sex of the child, bets will be settled on the male and female names.

The new baby will become 5th-in-line to the throne, pushing Prince Harry back further in the line of succession.

According to Forbes, the official title of the baby will be His Royal Highness Prince or Princess ... of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. These doctors also led the team that helped Kate deliver Charlotte nearly three years ago - on May 2, 2015. She did, however, make an appearance at Easter church service alongside Prince William and Queen Elizabeth II.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been married since 2011.

Last September Kensington Palace announced the new royal baby is on the way - causing a fever-pitch excitement to ripple across the world.

Kate and William's seventh wedding anniversary is on April 29, which would also be a special day.

A source told MailOnline: 'The Duchess knew it wasn't possible for her first baby to be born at home, but she asked for a home birth for the second, officials and doctors thought it too risky.

The baby's birth will likely be announced via press release and social media, as well as through the old tradition of an easel in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace. "At that point the media will assemble and wait for news that she has given birth".

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