Security For Pregnant Kate Middleton Heightened Over Terrorist Threat
The second royal baby may come any day from today until the end of April. Security for pregnant Kate Middleton, Prince William and the whole of the royal family is reportedly heightened over rise of terrorist threats.
Intense Security for Kate Middleton
The safety of pregnant Kate Middleton and the coming royal baby is top-most priority among officials, according to Celeb Dirty Laundry. Multiple security protocols will be in place before, during and after the royals arrive at St Mary’s Hospital for the delivery.
The media will have to follow stringent rules for coverage. Their positions will be assigned, and police will be roaming the areas surrounding the hospital, according to the report. The media and camera crews will be escorted away if they camp outside the hospital before Middleton is admitted.
Royal Baby Girl Expected by April 25
Two renowned doctors are reportedly in charge for Middleton’s delivery. According to sources who have spoken with Celeb Dirty Laundry, the medical team will be headed by surgeons Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston.
Thorpe-Beeston will be the primary obstetrician as he specializes in managing high-risk pregnancies, the report said.
According to a separate report from The Mirror, the royal baby is said to be expected on April 25. Speculations that the second royal baby will be a girl heightened as Middleton was said to be spotted shopping for pink baby dresses. Also, paint samples of feminine colors are spotted to have been delivered at the house of the Duke and Duchess.
Giant Teddy Bears
On April 7, two giant teddy bears, one girl and one boy, both measuring 10 feet high, were delivered to Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge after making a tour around the Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, The Houses of Parliament and St. Mary’s Hospital. The bears wore a crown and a tiara, respectively. Also, each of the bear has pinned ribbons on their chests, bearing the odds on whether the second royal baby will be a boy (evens) and a girl (8/11).
The teddy bears were made by UK’s biggest bookmaker, William Hill.
“We wanted to do something spectacular to show our excitement for the latest addition to the royal family. Royal baby fever has gripped the nation and punters are buzzing to find out whether it is a boy or a girl. The smart money is on a baby girl by the name of Alice born on the same day as her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth – April 21st,” William Hill spokesperson Rupert Adams said in a statement.
“These giant teddy bears should catch the eye of William, Kate and baby George as well as the customers who can now find out the latest odds on everything from the baby’s name to its weight,” he added.
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