Prince William and Kate Middleton are expecting the royal baby any day now.
So, it won’t be long before they make another trip to the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington to give birth to their third child.
But, what can they expect from the exclusive maternity wing?
Katherine Filkins, a mother of two revealed to Hello what it was REALLY like to give birth there.
‘While the Lindo Wing was a functional hospital, it was a little bit like a hotel in terms of the service,’ Katherine revealed.
‘You had really fancy toiletries, the quality of the food that you got was fantastic. There was a wine list, you could have had champagne if you wanted. Right after the birth, they bring you a delicious afternoon tea for you and your family.’
The couple initially booked a standard room for the birth but as they were full, Katherine and her husband Martin were treated to a deluxe sweet.
‘It was a very large room, we could have all of our relatives there the next day. We could be sat six people comfortably,’ she revealed.
And as for ante-natal care the hospital is willing to go above and beyond for their patients.
‘If you wanted a massage, you could have someone come in,’ she said.
‘If you wanted the baby to go to the nursery, they have a fantastic nursery. They were very keen and very happy for babies to go the nursery, which is something you don't have on the NHS, so if you want a bit of a break they take the baby away from you for a little while.’
It sounds like the royal baby will certainly arrive in style.