Pippa Middleton is reportedly in labor in the same maternity wing where Kate gave birth to her three kids
Pippa Middleton was seen arriving at the Lindo Wing ahead of her husband James Matthews who was seen carrying what looked like two overnight bags
A heavily pregnant Pippa Middleton was seen entering the very same maternity wing where her sister the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton had delivered her three children- George, Charlotte, and Louis.
As reported by DailyMail, Pippa was spotted arriving ahead of her husband James Matthews who was seen carrying what seemed to be two overnight bags. The family was seen heading to the Lindo Wing at the St. Mary's hospital in Paddington. Matthews was reportedly carrying a Cam Cam Copenhagen baby changing bag estimated to cost £78 as well as a Nobodinoz Loz Angeles weekend bag costing £37.
Pippa was seen wearing a long blue coat, a pair of white shoes, and a pair of sunglasses and was seen smiling as she made her way into the unit estimated to cost around £7,500-a-night. Unlike the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, who suffered from extreme morning sickness when she was pregnant, her sister Pippa shared that she had enjoyed a very peaceful pregnancy and was using meditation as a means to cope with the last couple of weeks before giving birth.
Looks like Pippa Middleton will be having her baby at the Lindo Wing. pic.twitter.com/aUZ32jGzkE— MiddletonMaven (@MiddletonMaven) October 5, 2018
She was seen at Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle and attended the event along with her husband James Matthews and brother James Middleton. Pippa sported an Emilia Wickstead dress and was seen clutching on to her hat given the strong gusts of wind. Pippa, her husband, and her brother were seated in the very first seats just inside the Western Door for Eugenie's special day.
Middleton was also seen visiting the Lindo Wing on October 2. The famous hospital is known for giving its patients premium service, with each of the patients are given a private room with their own bathroom, and also a satellite TV. The hospital's menu's feature gourmet food and new parents are also offered a wine list to celebrate the birth of their baby. At the wing, a standard room is estimated to cost £5,900 while a deluxe room costs £6,275. The price of one of the unit's suites is estimated to cost £7,500.
Pippa has been maintaining her fitness routine throughout and shared that she uses meditation as a means to cope. She wrote in her column 'Waitrose Weekend': "As the final month nears and the bump grows prouder each day, movement is certainly getting more awkward. As a result, one of the biggest changes is that my lower body has tightened up. The knock-on effect is making my back and sacrum both uncomfortable and achy."
"The transformations to my body that are taking place as it prepares for childbirth have meant that the sound sleeps and the baby bubble effect have gone. Reality is finally kicking in. Perhaps this is the body’s way of making sure that you get in tune with what lies ahead," she continued.