Sources have reported that Kate Middleton’s Royal hairdresser appeared at the Lindo Wing, where the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a healthy baby boy, early this morning in anticipation of her imminent departure.
Kate Middleton has already received a visit from the Queen’s Surgeon-Gynaecologist Marcus Setchell, who helped deliver Prince Cambridge yesterday at 4.24pm weighing 8lb 6oz, to make sure both mother and baby are doing well.
And while the world waits with baited breath to view the first ever images of the third in line to the throne, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are said to be spending important time bonding with their son before they leave the private Lindo Wing, increasing hope that the couple could leave imminently.
It has also been noted that at the same time Marcus Setchell arrived, Kate’s Royal hairdresser entered the building too via its rear entrance. And like any new mother Kate will ideally want to look her best, showcasing her classic 'Chelsea blow-dry' while posing for photographers with husband William and their brand new addition, however the Royal couple are aware all eyes will be heavily on their son.
Kate’s 10-hour labor was reported to have gone smoothly further cementing rumors that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to leave very soon, and while speculation suggests that Kate and Will’s are set to head to her parents home in Buckebury for six weeks while they adjust to parenthood, other sources have revealed that the couple will go straight back to Kensington Palace after their brief photo call.