Meghan Markle decides to have a water baby birth

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Meghan Markle decided to have a water baby birth in a hospital following the footsteps of Amal Clooney. The Duchess also requested only female doctors team for childbirth.

Meghan Markle, 37, was preparing for a home birth with yoga and meditation but changed her mind according to the British tabloid The Sun. The birth will now be done in a hospital that maintains a sector specialized in water births.

Apparently, she wants it to be as natural as possible: no drugs, no caesareans and so on.

Sources close to the royal family claim that Meghan and Harry’s baby should be born in the same sector of the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital where the children of Amal and George Clooney were born.

This sector is dedicated to births in the water, and everyone involved in childbirth is stimulated with the sounds and vibrations that reassure. The best obstetricians have been scaled to birth which can cost around £15,000 (over $19,000).

Part of this team is Dr. Guy Thorpe-Beeston, who delivered the children of Kate and William. However, Meghan, as a feminist, said she wants to have a team made up of only women.

The Duchess would have made her choices for childbirth after hearing the advice of her mother, Doria Ragland, and Amal Clooney. Meghan even contemplated giving birth at home, but then came to the conclusion that it would be best to go to the hospital.

The Buckingham Palace has already announced that the couple will not give news soon after the baby’s birth, as they hope to celebrate the moment privately. Security guards and bodyguards will be on hand to ensure the privacy of the family.

The hospital unit called “The Kensington” offers smoked salmon for breakfast, bottles of champagne and private guest suites with TV, minibar, and internet. Doctors are available 24 hours a day after admission.

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