Sources have revealed that new mum Kate Middleton had an all natural 11-hour 'textbook' labour.
The Duchess of Cambridge calmly gave birth without having to resort to powerful painkillers according to The Mail on Sunday.
She was surrounded by a seven-strong medical team in her suite at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital when Prince George Alexander Louis was born last Monday.
When you're paying £5,000 per night for a hospital room though, you kind of expect special treatment, right? Oh, and of course there's the whole future king business putting a bit of pressure on the situation too.
Four midwives monitored Kate's unborn baby, while the Queen's former gynaecologist, Mr Marcus Setchell, (does anyone else think it's weird that there's an official royal gyno?) watched closely behind the glass.
So, it was a bit like giving birth in a police interrogation room then?
Kate was also assisted by consultant obstetrician, Dr Guy Thorpe-Beeston and Dr Godambe, who specialises in complex and high-risk births.
Now Kate can add 'smug all natural perfect birth' to her already hefty list, which includes shiny hair, a designer wardrobe to die for and 'future Queen of England'...damn it.
Only kidding! We're glad it went so well for the amazing Duchess.
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