The New Royal Baby Update – Mother In Labor

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ROYAL BIRTH UPDATE AS OF 6:11 A.M EST,  JULY 22,2013

TV reporter Keith Malone, guest writer for Space Coast Daily.com, has covered public engagements by the Royal Family during a career lasting 25 years (Space Coast Daily.com image)

TV reporter Keith Malone, guest writer for Space Coast Daily.com, has covered public engagements by the Royal Family during a career lasting 25 years (Space Coast Daily.com image)

EDITORS NOTE: This story is from Space Coast Daily’s International Correspondent, Keith Malone, reporting live from London, England.

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ST MARY’S • LONDON, ENGLAND — Kensington Palace announced just before 8 a.m England time, that the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, had been admitted to London’s St Mary’s Hospital in the early stages of labor that will see the future king or queen of Britain born in the next day or two.

Kate Middleton, is close to giving birth to a baby, who will be third in line for the English throne (Shutterstock image)

Kate Middleton, is close to giving birth to a baby, who will be third in line for the English throne (Shutterstock image)

Kate, who’s 31, arrived by car with her husband Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge – and went into the hospital in Paddington though a back door, bypassing the hordes of media waiting at the front entrance for the past two weeks and more.

She has been admitted to the private Lindo Wing – where the royal baby will be born. It’s the same exclusive medical facility where William was born in 1982 – followed later by his younger brother Prince Harry.

There’s speculation that Kate’s labor may be induced as she is thought to be a week past her due date.

The sex of the baby won’t be known until a formal notice is posted on an easel at Buckingham Palace after the birth – the same easel that was used to announce the birth of Prince William, whose mother Princess Diana was also induced.

The royal couple do not know the sex of their first child, who will be third in line to the British throne – behind William’s father Prince Charles the Prince of Wales and William himself.


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