Princess Kate Middleton puts on hair and makeup for baby presentation few hours after giving birth

Being royal is serious business I tell you. Barely 7 hours after Kate Middleton gave birth to her third royal baby,  she appeared at the steps of Lindo hospital to present her baby to the world with a smile on her face

The duchess, who was wearing a striking, raspberry-red dress, cradled her baby as the couple waved to well-wishers. Wrapped in a white blanket and wearing a white hat, the baby weighed 8lbs 3oz.

Her husband Prince Williams also suited up stood by his wife side and waved at royal watchers who stood for hours to catch a glimpse of the Royal baby

That means there is no time for postpartum depression, maternity gowns, hair in a messy bun or any laid back look: that baby picture is for the world to see

The new royal baby is fifth in line to the British throne, after Grandfather Prince Charles, father Prince William and two siblings. The birth of a new baby boy has placed prince harry has sixth in line to the throne. According to royal succession. Harry was third in line to the throne before his older brother Williams started having children. The Royal Navy and air force held parades to signal the birth of a blood royal

Inside the Cushy hospital she gave birth

£7,500-a-night Lindo Wing with the world’s best doctors on tap and Champagne on the wine list

With its gourmet menu, luxury toiletries and personalised care, The Lindo Wing offers a quality of service worthy of a five-star Prince George was born at the Lindo Wing in 2013, and Princess Charlotte in 2015. Their father William was also born at the same facility.

Princess Diana also stood outside the steps of this Hospital after giving birth to William and Harry, in same choreographed manner

Kate Middleton usually leaves the hospital almost immediately—Security concerns is a big issue — the sheer frenzy her presence causes at the hospital.  Fans camp out for weeks outside and parking restrictions are put in place. Kate, of course, is not the only mother giving birth at the Lindo Wing, and the activity and noise would be overwhelming for anyone.

Meet the Medical team:

The Duchess is being cared for by consultant obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston, who is the surgeon-gynaecologist to the household, and consultant gynaecologist Alan Farthing, the Queen’s surgeon-gynaecologist – part of the trusted team who delivered George and Charlotte.

Highly-trained midwives were also on hand, while experts were waiting in the wings in case of an emergency.

For her previous births, Kate had a 23-strong team of top medics working or on stand-by from Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust – which runs St Mary’s Hospital.

Theatre staff were ready, along with a lab technician, replacement anaesthetists and paediatricians, a back-up for the consultant, and workers from a special baby care unit.

Some old school  announcements:

Royal baby. A notice is placed on an easel in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace in London to formally announce the birth of a baby boy to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at St Mary’s Hospital. Picture date: Monday April 23, 2018. See PA story ROYAL Baby. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire URN:36145426

A golden easel bearing a framed notice announcing the birth was placed on display in front of Buckingham Palace on Monday afternoon. The bulletin will be on display for approximately 24 hours.The practice of posting a bulletin on the occasion of a royal birth goes back to at least 1837, when Buckingham Palace became the British monarch’s official residence.

Tony Appleton, the Royal town crier also made his own announcements.

Standing outside the Lindo Wing hospital he rang his bell and shouted: ‘Buckingham Palace proudly announces the birth of a newly born prince on this St George’s day AD 2018. God Save the Queen

Big brother and sister tagged along with daddy to visit:

Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2, came to see mummy in the hospital. Of course in the full glare of the public, flashlights and camera.

 

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