Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie are expecting their second child. But where will the British royal give birth?
Princess Eugenie Her announcement that she was pregnant delighted royal fans Expecting her second child Jack Brooksbank was there with his wife, but where will the expectant mom give birth to her child?
Although Eugenie has yet to be confirmed, Sarah Ferguson’s oldest daughter, August, gave birth at Portland Hospital in London to her first child. This makes it an attractive choice for royal baby number 2.
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Famous figures such as Jools and Victoria Beckham have made it a top choice for their hospital. Their children were also welcomed at the well-known hospital.
Princess Eugenie has already given birth to baby August
According to Prince Harry’s birth certificate, it was also revealed that Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor, the Duchess, gave birth to her first child, the Duchess, in the hospital.
Here are some possible places Princess Eugenie may give birth to the royal baby number 2.
The Portland Hospital in London
Princess Eugenie, along with her older sister Princess Beatrice, were born in the American hospital on Great Portland Street in Westminster, in 1990 and 1988. Sarah Ferguson was the first member to give birth in a nonNHS hospital.
Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital Paddington
Princess Eugenie may choose to follow in Princess Anne’s footsteps, Princess Diana, and the Princess of Wales who all had their babies at the private maternity clinic.
Maternity packages for a consultant-led normal delivery at the Lindo Wing start from £6,100 for a one-night stay, which includes accommodation for a partner, as well as complimentary meals and a celebration afternoon tea.
St Mary’s Hospital, which is located approximately ten minutes from Kensington Palace’s entrance, makes it the most convenient option for Eugenie or Jack from Ivy Cottage.
Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey
The royal mom-of-2-to-be could also consider the NHS-run Frimley Park Hospital. It is located in Surrey and was where Eugenie’s aunt, the Countesss of Wessex, gave birth to her children Lady Louise Windsor (now James, Viscount Severn).
London: St. Thomas’ Hospital
Eugenie can choose to have her baby in the same place as her father. Jack was born on the 3rd of May 1986 at St Thomas’ Hospital in Lambeth.
Birth at home
Eugenie might decide to have her second baby at home. It would make her the first royal to do it since the late Queen.
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