It’s the special spot in London where Kate Middleton and Prince William‘s little prince or princess will enter the world for the very first time. Even though the duchess of Cambridge’s due date has come and gone, the media frenzy has only just begun as outlets continue to wait patiently and try to keep their prime spots outside the hospital doors.
While time passes, reporters have received visits from a Queen Elizabeth lookalike while artists have delivered paintings of Middleton and President Barack Obama.
Vendors have set up for business hoping to tempt shoppers, consumers and even reporters with adorable clothing, knick-knacks and other memorabilia.
Some folks, however, don’t exactly love all the extra attention and publicity in the neighborhood. According to NBC, one photographer heard an elderly lady shout at him, “Why don’t you get a real [bleeping] job?” A little harsh wouldn’t you agree?
The media interest hasn’t come as a surprise to many hospital officials. Come on, she is royalty.
Police presence has drastically increased and new policies have gone into place ensuring everyone enjoys a safe hospital visit.
When the royal couple arrives, patients will have to undergo strict security measures to increase privacy and care for all. In addition, new parents will have to go through three separate checkpoints to visit their new bundle of jo
There’s no doubt this hospital knows what they’re doing. We can’t forget they were the ones who helped deliver Prince Harry and his older brother William years ago.
In the meantime, the media will echo Queen Elizabeth ll‘s hopes and dreams that the baby will be born sooner rather than later.
“I would very much like it to arrive because I’m going on holiday,” she told a young schoolgirl Wednesday morning. Yes Queen, this week would be good for us, too!
As the Royal baby countdown continues, check out some photos of what it’s like to wait outside St. Mary’s Hospital. Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!
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