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The Duchess of Sussex will follow royal tradition and give birth to her first child in the Lindo Wing, it has been reported following widespread speculation.
Meghan, 37, who is due in the coming weeks, was said to be considering other options, but a source said today that the Lindo wing, at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, is the 'superior choice' for the royal couple.
Hospital - Duke - Duchess - Cambridge - Children
The hospital is where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had all three of their children - Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, 10 months.
It was previously speculated that the Duchess of Sussex might consider the US-owned hospital like The Portland, in London, or one closer to their new home in Windsor like the Frimley Park Hospital, in Surrey.
Source - Evening - Standard - Today - Options
But a source told the Evening Standard today: 'Having weighed up the options, and in acknowledgement of its place in royal tradition, they consider it the superior choice'.
Kensington Palace declined to comment.
February - Lindo - Wing - Maternity - Ward
In February it emerged that The Lindo Wing maternity ward had told its staff to avoid taking holiday in April, prompting speculation that Baby Sussex would be born there.
Prince Harry and Prince William were also born at St Mary's.
Reports - Meghan - Home - Counties - Hospital
However conflicting reports have suggested Meghan might select a Home Counties hospital that would be more accessible from the Sussexes' new home at Frogmore Cottage, Windsor.
Frimley Park Hospital, in Surrey, where Harry's aunt, the Countess...
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