As Meghan Markle's due date approaches (assuming she has not had the baby yet), royal family fans can not help but compare their planned birth plan with that of Kate Middleton. The Duchess of Cambridge may have followed the royal tradition when she was born in St. Mary's Lindo Wing and took the iconic photo on the steps. But so many people are: why does Kate Middleton stay in the hospital so soon?
There are no special royal rules or a strict protocol
comes to having babies. But it seems a bit strange that Kate Middleton
always chooses leave
the hospital fast. Is Meghan Markle planning the same thing?
Kate Middleton left the hospital faster with each child
The Duchess of Cambridge has so far given birth to three
Children, and the time between birth and home has become shorter
Time. When Kate Middleton had Prince George in 2013, she stayed in St. Mary's
for about 24 hours. At Princess Charlotte in 2015 she stayed ten hours.
And most amazingly, Kate Middleton took the icon in 2018 with Prince Louis
Photo on the stairs only seven hours after delivery.
Any mother who sees Kate's almost miraculous recovery is
certainly in awe of how she does it. Of course, the Duchess of Cambridge is likely
has a team of hair and makeup professionals who help her look best for her
Photo that is viewed by millions of people. But still – so handsome
Quiet and stylish it is after the difficult trial of the birth
Why is Kate Middleton leaving the hospital so fast?
According to Reader & # 39; s
DigestA typical American mother spends about two days in the hospital
an uncomplicated, single vaginal birth. But the more women are interested
In drug-free and natural births, this time is shorter. Many women are
You can even skip the hospital altogether and give birth at home.
The Duchess of Cambridge probably had a good time in the posh Lindo Wing, where luxury suites were said to cost £ 6,000 a night. But nothing is better than the comforts of home – especially if you live in Kensington Palace. If Kate Middleton felt sick at any point during her recovery, she would no doubt be able to call a doctor to see her.
Kate Middleton most likely wanted to take the picture, face the cameras and then go home to enjoy her newborns, far from prying eyes.
Is it safe to leave the hospital so soon after giving birth?
Provided the doctors say that it's okay, there's no reason a woman can not recover from birth at home.
It's an option that some believe Meghan Markle will give birth to baby Sussex in a few weeks. The idea of a home birth or at least home recovery certainly fits with their values, including healthy diet, yoga and other natural and homeopathic remedies.
But Meghan Markle will most likely not follow in the footsteps of Kate Middleton if he takes this picture hours after delivery. Some royal experts even predict that it may take weeks for the world to know about Baby Sussex. There is a small chance that he or she was born in Frogmore Cottage and carefully hidden.
We will all find out the true answer soon.