MEGHAN Markle could have her son next to Lindo Wing's favorite favorite wing after all, since the staff had said they would not take holiday near the due date of # 39; April.
The duchess of Sussex, 37, who is pregnant for six months, had rumored that she was watching a rural birth in rural Surrey.
It was believed that he had the heart installed at the NHS Frimley Park Hospital for the birth of her and the first son of Prince Harry.
His initially awaited choice, near the new home of Frogmore Cottage from Sussex to Windsor, Berks, was perceived by some as a mess more than rival real Kate Middleton.
The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to all three of her children, most recently Prince Louis last April, in the Cute St Mary Hospital, in Paddington, West London.
But now, The Telegraph reports that Meghan might have made a spin on his favorite birthplace: choose the same place as his sister-in-law.
It is said that all the maternity staff in Linea de Lindo has instructed them to be fully available in April, when it is believed that the duchess is due.
Everyone thinks he has something to do with the real baby, but nobody is confirming anything
A source from the unit told the newspaper: "Lindo's staff have asked that they not take vacations in April.
"Everyone thinks he has something to do with the royal baby, but nobody is confirming anything."
Real fanatic Kim Thompson got the first on the maturity date of Meghan after stopping it to chat during a ride to Birkenhead last month.
Kim reminded: "He said he has six months of pregnancy and due at the end of April, at the beginning of May."
Kitty Dudley, nine years old, said after meeting Meghan and her husband Harry: "I asked if I had a girl or a child and said I did not know."
Princess Diana gave birth to Prince William at Lindo in 1982, with Prince Harry two years later.
The children of Prince William and Kate were also handed over to Lindo's wing; Prince George in 2013, Princess Charlotte in 2015 and Prince George in 2018.
A set of two rooms: it is estimated that a bedroom and a "living room" in the private maternity unit cost £ 6,265 per night.
All rooms have satellite TV, radio, telephone with double bed, fridge, free Wi-Fi and a free newspaper.
Meals are prepared fresh for each patient in a dedicated kitchen, and there is even an afternoon tea service for new parents to celebrate them in luxury.
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On his website, Lindo's wing tells future moms: "Our world-class maternity care, combined with personalized service, will relax and reassure you during one of the exciting and exciting experiences. of your life.
"El Lindo Wing offers private rooms with a private bathroom, offering a modern and cozy atmosphere to start your new or enlarged family life.
"Luxury rooms or suites are available for patients who want to take advantage of a larger space."
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