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News for Kate Middleton's sadness over death of Prince George's matron


News for Kate Middleton's sadness over death of Prince George's matron

News for Kate Middleton's sadness over death of Prince George's matron


Christine Hill, 74, advised the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during the difficult pregnancy of their firstborn.

News for Kate Middleton over the death of Prince George's matron is very gloomy. Kate Middleton is mourning the death of a person who was very close to her. Christine Hill, a prenatal expert and consultant who helped her prepare for the birth of her firstborn, Prince George, has died at the age of 74. The relationship of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with this midwife was very close and they visited her house on several occasions to seek advice and medical information before the arrival of the baby. In addition, they attended her prenatal classes with her. 

It has been a spokesman for the family who has confirmed the sad news in the column Eden Confidential of the Daily Mail: “We will miss her painfully. Her feisty, funny and direct spirit of hers made her have many friends”: 

Before Prince George was born at St. Mary's Hospital in London on July 22, 2013, this guru spoke about the time he had spent with Prince William and his wife, both of whom he praised. “Kate is a lovely girl. What she sees is what you get,” she told The Telegraph. She, after being with them in several sessions, assured me that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge "are a very strong team" and assured that the Prince would support his wife in everything he needed on the day the delivery came. “Prince William will do the right thing that day,” she assured. 

The truth is that being a new mother and with a complicated pregnancy, Kate had to take on many challenges. She suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum during the pregnancy of George, who is about to turn nine, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four. All three were born in the same medical centre. This disease is characterized by the presence of intense and persistent nausea and vomiting during pregnancy and can lead to dehydration, weight loss and electrolyte imbalances. Some complicated annoyances that made the Duchess absent from her official agenda during the first weeks of pregnancy. In fact, during George's pregnancy, she had to be hospitalized. 

In 2020, Kate spoke on a motherhood podcast about what it was like to give birth to her first child. “It was a bit scary, I'm not going to lie. Everyone had been very supportive of us and both William and I were aware that this was something everyone was excited about and we were hugely grateful for the assistance that the public had shown us,” she said. But she was also honest about her means and the emotions of those days : "The arrival of a newborn was joined by inexperienced parents and great uncertainty, which caused all kinds of mixed emotions."

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