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Kate Middleton: 7 Things That Will Happen After the Royal Baby is Born

So, we are all waiting for the birth of the royal baby. Kate Middleton could be going into labor at any minute and it will be a very private affair, as it should be.  There will be that very magical moment when Kate Middleton and Prince William welcome into the world the heir to the British throne. And after that moment, the baby will be part of popular culture and will an instant celebrity. So what happens after the royal baby is born?

Here are 7 things that will happen:

  • What Next? 1 of 8
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    What will happen after the royal baby is born? Click through to see...

  • The Hospital 2 of 8
    THE WAIT BEGINS! Photographers stake their spots outside of St. Mary's Hospital two weeks ahead of Kate Middleton's due date

    Kate and William will be able to toast their new baby with a glass of champagne, since the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital has a "lengthy wine list." Where will she be giving birth? The suites in the Lindo Wing have, as E! reports, "a satellite TV, a radio, a safe, bedside phone, Internet access and a fridge. Patients will also have their choice of a daily newspaper each morning. A dedicated hotel services team provides an extensive and nutritious menu, catering to each individual's dietary requirements. A comprehensive wine list is also offered if new parents wish to enjoy a glass of Champagne and toast their baby's arrival."

     

  • They’ll Name the Baby 3 of 8
    A fake Queen Elizabeth takes part in a stunt to promote Coral's Odds for Kate Middleton's baby name in London

    Well, they probably already know the name. But right after the birth they'll make it official. Here are the odds of the names for girls.

  • First Photo 4 of 8
    Press reporters waiting outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital for the news on the birth of The Duchess of Cambridge's baby in London

    It is anticipated that Kate and William will pose on the steps of the Lindo Wing just like Princess Diana did with William and Harry - check out this vintage pic of Princess Diana after having a Prince right here.

  • The Announcement 5 of 8
    Royal guards at Buckingham Palace for the Royal Wedding

    According to the New York Times, there is a process already in place for the big baby news.
    "The birth's confirmation process is rooted in tradition, but it will be televised in high-definition, which was something else that didn't exist the last time there was a royal baby. The duchess's doctors will sign a birth notice. The notice will be hand-carried to a car. The car will be driven to Buckingham Palace. Then the notice will be placed on an easel in the forecourt of the palace, informing the world of the baby's birth and possibly his or her name."

  • Royal Visitors 6 of 8
    The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visit the set of BBC One's 'Doctor Who' in Cardiff

    There will be lots of VIP visitors. Like Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall as well as Kate's parents. But most will be visiting the new royal family at their home in Kensignton Palace. They'll also probably bring the baby to Buckingham Palace to meet his great grandmother - the Queen.

  • Going Home 7 of 8
    A general view of Kensington Palace in London where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, are residing

    There is different speculation of where the royal baby will go after its born. They might go to Kate Middleton's moms house outside of London. They might go to the Queen's estate at Sandringham, in Norfolk, Balmoral in Scotland.  Or they may just go to their home in the Kensington Palace.

  • Then the Cameras 8 of 8
    British pop band The Saturdays touch down at LAX and are greeted by a posse of paparazzi

    After a bit of time of the baby enjoying private time, the heir to the thrown will then belong to the people -an instant celebrity. Here are fellow Brits The Saturdays arriving at the airport. The royal baby's experience will be like this, times 100.

     

Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News.

 

 

 

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