KATE Middleton and Prince William are expecting their new delivery on July 11 however should the royal bundle of joy come early, the palace has a plan.
US Weekly revealed that a source close to the couple has said “Catherine really wants to be near [Prince William] in the final weeks,” and that despite her dividing her time between her home in Anglesey, Wales, and Nottingham Cottage in London – “It’s important to her.”
The sources told that if the Duchess of Cambridge was to go into labor sooner than expected that a helicopter is at the ready to fly her to London’s St Mary’s Hospital.
The birth will be announced via a bulletin on a easel behind Buckingham Palace’s gates and according to the Palace Aide – “There will be gun salutes, flag flying and bell pealing.”
“It’s very exciting.”
However it’s not as exciting as getting to see the newborn, as Aide has also promised that after the birth, when the couple leave the hospital, the couple “will pose with the baby for pictures.”
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