Will Kate Middleton Be Having A Home Birth?


The 26-year-old from Burton said she "admires" Prince William's wife after she was left feeling "weak" as a result of the condition, Burton Mail has reported.

Home birth, a traditional way of having a baby, may be in Kate Middleton's mind as she is "keen on the idea", a new report claimed.

Doctor Emily Andre was delighted to find out Prince William and Duchess Catherine are expecting their third baby, and as their two children, four-year-old Prince George and two-year-old Princess Charlotte are not too much older than her own kids, Amelia, three, and 10-month-old Theo, the news has made her contemplate getting pregnant again. While Prince George and Princess Charlotte were both born in the hospital, the Duchess of Cambridge wants this time to give birth at home, away from the media tumult. Though not as obvious as the major chop to her long flowing tresses, Pippa also might have touched up her hair color.

Emily added: "I've always been about a year behind Kate with my pregnancies, so if that was to continue, I'd be having another baby in 2019".

"As with their previous two pregnancies, The Duchess is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum".

Prince George officially started his first day of school on Thursday at Thomas's Battersea in London and the former headmaster says he will be "just another pupil" on the campus, according to PEOPLE. According to reports, Kate Middleton wants to have a home birth. The happy event was announced by Kensington Palace on 4 September. She was the one who wanted to expand their family.

But since the birth of their daughter in 2015, it seems that the reality has changed: "They had Charlotte, and it was a lot easier". I wonder if it will stop at three children? She said: " Kate has always wanted more than two children, it was William who had to be convinced (...) As it is part of a family of three children, Kate wanted to have at least three children.

The arrival of this third baby has a lot of laughs, the uncle of Kate Middleton.