The Duchess of Cambridge went into the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s hospital in Paddington at 6am this morning.
Kate Midleton (33) was driven from apartment at Kensington Palace accompanied by her husband, the Duke of Cambridge.
A couple of hours after being admitted in the private hospital a palace spokesman confirmed her labour was ‘progressing normally’.
The Duchess seems to be one week overdue with her second child who will be fourth in line to England’s throne
Royal fans who have spent days or even weeks camping in front of the hospital were thrilled by the news this morning.
Kate’s medical team at the Lindo charges £12,000 for a natural delivery without complications and is being led by the well-known and experienced Guy-Beeston, Surgeon-Gynecologist to the Royal Household.
When Kate gave birth to Prince George in 2013 she was admitted to the Lindo Wing at 5.30am and delivered her son, naturally at 4.24pm the same day and the birth was officially announced four hours later.
Within minutes, camera crews from all around the world descended on Paddington to broadcast the news, as they weren’t allowed to camp outside the Hospital, until the Duchess has been admitted this morning.
ROYAL MINT SHALL GIFT 2,015 SILVER PENNIES TO BABIES BORN ON THE SAME DAY AS THE PRINCESS
The tokens will be engraved with the year of their birth to celebrate the arrival Kate’s and William’s second child. The marking of a birth with silver is an old tradition.