The wait for the royal baby is finally over, as recent reports have confirmed that Kate Middleton has gone into labor and has been admitted to the hospital in Central London. These days, London is facing a strong heat wave and Kate will be finally relieved, as she coped with the last few weeks of pregnancy under severe heat conditions.
July 22, 2013 – the day when the Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to the hospital – is expected to be the hottest day of the year. The temperature is expected to reach 33 degrees, as Midlands and the South of England are likely to be the hottest. Kate is admitted to the St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington and is about to give birth to her first baby with Prince William.
Mervi Jokinen from the Royal College of Midwives said, “It gets quite uncomfortable being pregnant in the heat. Your legs swell more. It’s actually more uncomfortable. If you go into labour, it can be a relief.” Meanwhile, people have gathered outside the hospital to get the first news of the happy event.
The whole world is waiting for the arrival of the royal baby, who will become third in line to the throne.