Kate Middleton, Prince William's wife has given birth to a baby boy. The birth of the child took place at St Mary's hospital. The baby was born on Monday after numerous people heard that Kate had gone into labor with their first child. The birth report through Kensington Palace press release confirmed that the birth took place at 4:24 p.m on Monday July 22, 2013. The baby weighed eight pounds, six ounces. The statement also revealed that Prince William was present at the hospital when the baby was born.
Members of both families are aware of the good news and are delighted that Prince William and Kate have a baby boy. The princess' delivery took place securely inside a special Lindo wing. This wing's delivery package plus a one night stay is usually $7,603. This report was availed to photographers, reporters, and cameramen that had camped out at the hospital for days in great anticipation of the birth.
The birth of the baby was announced through the palace's Facebook and Twitter accounts. A CNN's royal correspondent revealed that the child's name was to be announced when the couple leaves the hospital. The news of the birth sent TV reporters eagerly waiting at the outside part of the hospital in a frenzy of anticipation.
Inside the hospital, there is no doubt that Kate will be taken care of, according to The Sun. The report reveals that a single night stay in the hospital unit costs about $9,593 and an additional $3,368 for any extra nights at the facility. Every room has a TV, radio, Wi-Fi, and a comprehensive wine list among others. Additionally, fresh flowers and blackout curtains are distributed daily to make certain that the royal couple has total privacy.
This birth had been anticipated by many all over the world. When the princess was admitted at the hospital, the media was alerted at 6 am to keep the public updated.