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Earlier this year, Markle told royal fans that she is scheduled to give birth sometime at the end of April or the beginning of May.
The hospital regularly receives positive feedback from mums who give birth there, and it's score of 9.7 out of 10 is evidence that it's an amazing place to give birth for 'normal' women - so why not royalty?
WHO expert Dr Metin Gulmezoglu said the development of a drug that remained in working order in hot and humid conditions was "very good news for the millions of women who give birth in parts of the world without access to reliable refrigeration".
Ardern, 37, became New Zealand's youngest prime minister when she took office through a coalition deal last year after an inconclusive election, and now becomes the first woman in the country's history to give birth while in office.
Not everyone will give birth to their dream because they wont want to be true to those steps.
The elders of the village claimed that around in the 16th century, when a temple was being constructed by the Gods in the village, a woman was grinding wheat, due to which the deities got distracted, and out of anger, they cursed the village, saying that no woman would be able to give birth to the children.
Among these three leopardess, two are pregnant and expected to give birth in few weeks.
But there are exceptions when a sheep of the Romanov breed can give birth to up to 5 lambs at once.
She is pregnant with a girl and is due to give birth in April shortly after her 50th birthday, according to news reports.
Delayed interval delivery is a difficult process and the option is only available to mothers who give birth naturally.
"Women who give birth are incredible and I have the utmost respect for real mothers but I don't think I would want to watch back my birth scenes on TV.
The mother, 34 year-old Ghada Hammad of the Gaza Strip, considers this birth to be a sign from God, since she had been unable to give birth for 11 years.
Judaman, a 30-year-old childcare provider in Jeddah, was on her way to the Philippines for a vacation and was expected to give birth in August.
She previously made the same trip to give birth to second son Ethan in 2007.
It concluded that women's choice about where to give birth "remains an aspiration, not a reality", after one in 10 of those polled said they did not give birth in their intended location for reasons including a lack of staff and beds.