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Kate Middleton describes a ‘frightening’ experience with the debut of her three children in the world

Kate Middleton describes ‘frightening’ experience of debuting her three children on the steps of the Lindo wing just hours after birth

  • Duchess of Cambridge welcomed all her children to St Mary’s Hospital, London
  • She was asked what it was like to stand in front of the crowd with a newborn baby
  • Kate spoke on Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast with Giovanna Fletcher

Kate Middleton has revealed that making her three children debut on the steps of the Lindo wing was ‘frightening’ a few hours after the birth.

The Duchess of Cambridge welcomed all her children – George in 2013, Charlotte in 2015 and Louis in 2018 – in the exclusive wing of St Mary’s Hospital in London.

The mother of three spoke as a guest on the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast when host Giovanna Fletcher asked her what it was like to stand in front of the crowd with a newborn baby in her arms.

Kate Middleton has revealed that making her three children debut on the steps of the Lindo wing was 'frightening' a few hours after the birth. Depicted: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after the birth of Prince George in 2013

Kate Middleton has revealed that making her three children debut on the steps of the Lindo wing was ‘frightening’ a few hours after the birth. Depicted: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after the birth of Prince George in 2013

Birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015

Birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015

Birth of Prince Louis in 2018

Birth of Prince Louis in 2018

The mother of three spoke earlier today as a guest on the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast when host Giovanna Fletcher asked her what it was like to stand in front of the crowd with a newborn baby in her arms. Pictured: birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015 (left) and birth of Prince Louis in 2018 (right)

Mrs. Fletcher, who spoke about Kate’s first performance with Prince George in 2013, asked, “What was it like to know that there were so many people outside after you gave birth and that you were in your little cocoon with your new family?” “

The Duchess of Cambridge said: “Somewhat frightening, I am not going to lie.

“Everyone had been so supportive and both William and I were really aware that this was something that everyone was excited about and we are enormously grateful for the support that the public had shown us, and actually for us for that joy to be able to share and appreciation with the public, I found very important.

“But it was also accompanied by a newborn baby, and inexperienced parents, and the uncertainty of what that meant, so there were all sorts of mixed emotions.”

The royal family has been using the Lindo wing since 1977 and Diana chose it for the birth of William in 1982 (photo) and Harry in 1984

The royal family has been using the Lindo wing since 1977 and Diana chose it for the birth of William in 1982 (photo) and Harry in 1984

The royal family has been using the Lindo wing since 1977 and Diana chose it for the birth of William in 1982 (photo) and Harry in 1984

Meghan Markle was the first to avoid the four decades long tradition for the birth of baby Archie in 2019. Instead, she and Prince Harry chose a maternity ward closer to their home before holding a photo call at Windsor Castle for a few days after birth

Meghan Markle was the first to avoid the four decades long tradition for the birth of baby Archie in 2019. Instead, she and Prince Harry chose a maternity ward closer to their home before holding a photo call at Windsor Castle for a few days after birth

Meghan Markle was the first to avoid the four decades long tradition for the birth of baby Archie in 2019. Instead, she and Prince Harry chose a maternity ward closer to their home before holding a photo call at Windsor Castle for a few days after birth

The royal family has been using the Lindo wing since 1977.

The Princess Royal gave birth to the first child Peter Phillips in the hospital wing, followed by daughter Zara a few years later in 1981.

Diana also chose it for the birth of William in 1982 and Harry in 1984.

Meghan Markle was the first to miss the four decades long tradition for the birth of baby Archie in 2019.

Together with Prince Harry, she instead opted for a maternity ward closer to their home before holding a photo call at Windsor Castle a few days after birth.

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