Kate Middleton And Prince William Consider Delivering Baby No. 3 At Home

Date January 24, 2018

With the upcoming arrival of their baby No. 3, Kate Middleton and Prince William announced that they're planning an ‘at-home-birth’.


Kate and William plan ‘at-home-birth’ for their third baby.

As we know, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are going to welcome their baby No. 3 in April 2018. Recently, Kate Middleton announced she and William are considering the option of delivering the baby at home. Kate explained she just wants to avoid the chaos caused by a baby birth just as it was with little George and Charlotte.

The Duchess has discussed this decision with her husband, who also agrees with her choice. The royal couple plans to deliver their third baby at either the Kensington Palace or the Sandringham Estate.

Representatives of the Kensington Palace commented on Kate’s announcement:

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were very concerned about the chaos caused with the first two children as hundreds of press and public camped outside for several days, and they would like to avoid a repeat if they could.



Kate gave birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte at St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, where William and Harry were also born.

In fact, Middleton won’t be the first royal woman who agreed on delivering her baby at home. The Queen’s sons, Charles, Andrew, and Edward were born at the Buckingham Palace.


The Duchess of Cambridge still continues her social work. Recently, she showed off her growing baby bump during her visit to the Roe Green Junior School in London. Kate made a speech about the necessity to support children's mental health at school.

What do you think about Kate and William’s decision to deliver their third baby at home? We look forward to hearing your opinion in the comments.

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