Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is five days late for delivery, and now the Royal family of England is thinking of considering induced labor.
The pregnancy expert Zita West told People that the induction will totally depend on 33-years-old Kat’s medical history and how she is managing the baby. The hospital has already given a date to Kate and if nothing happens till then, West will induce Kate.
It’s not the first time that Kate is late. Two years ago she was about a week late when Prince George was born, so looking at this history we might assume that there is at least three more days to go before the royal baby steps into the world!
In her last public appearances, Kate told the public and her well-wishers that she is expecting her second child in late April. There have been many circulations about the delivery date, but according to The Daily Telegraph, Kate’s due date was April 23 and now it seems that she is around five days late.
Pat O’Brien, a spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, said that the entire process of induction depends on individual consultant. O’Brian later told the Telegraph that the induction process is very safe for those who have given birth before. “The mother will normally have a scan on or around the due date to make sure the baby is fine and it’s safe to press on a bit longer”, he added.
As Kate and William are preparing for the arrival, people of Britain want to give the child an old family name. A new survey conducted by Sunday Times revealed that William’s late mother’s name – Diana is the favorite option for the baby if it’s a girl. But people are still debating over the name Diana and asking the others to let the royal princess stay in peace. Apart from Diana, James, Arthur, Alexander are also in the queue. We just have to wait to see, like Kate and William are waiting for the baby to arrive.
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