Kate Middleton and Prince William Show Royal Baby No. 3

The Secret Behind Kate Middleton’s Gorgeous Appearance 7 Hours After Birth

On April 23, 2018, at 11:01 am London Time, a baby boy, weighing 8lb 7oz, was born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. When they stepped outside the hospital where the royal baby was born, well-wishers had a brief glimpse of the boy who would be fifth in line to the throne. It’s certainly another reason to celebrate, just a few days after the 92nd birthday of Queen Elizabeth!
But it wasn’t the precious little one who got the most attention from people across the globe. It was Kate Middleton who took the spotlight. As people gathering strained to get a glimpse of the sleeping angel, one can’t help but notice the beautiful, serene look of the English Princess.

Royal Hypnobirth Babies

Barely 8 hours after the birth of her third child, she looked like she just stepped out of a fashion magazine: poised, happy, and obviously not as haggard-looking as one would expect from a mom who just gave birth. How does a mother look like that after a supposedly strenuous activity?

The Duchess reportedly gave birth using the hypnobirthing method. Not only that, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, William and Kate’s older children, are reportedly hypnobirth babies as well. Ms. Middleton is just one on the long list of famous mothers who decided to take charge and give birth in the most serene way possible.

Breathe Out Your Baby The Hypnobirthing Way

The beauty of hypnobirthing lies in the fact that a mother doesn’t have to “push” like you would normally see in movies. In fact, this increasingly popular method is being used by a number of celebrities, including Gisele Bundchen and Angelina Jolie.

The method helps in preparing for the birthing day by making sure the mom is in control of what happens to her body. There is no need for the medical staff to bark out orders to push when your body is not ready for birthing yet. It’s a process that involves listening to your body, remaining calm as your uterine muscles relax. This helps your body produce natural pain relievers in your body, making way for a pain-free and relaxed birth. It literally takes breathing to gently coax your baby out.

Positive and Drug-Free Birthing

Studies show that deep breathing, positive self-talk, and visualization actually make the labor shorter and pain-free; Most women who opted for this natural birthing method claimed that they didn’t have to scream for pain relief to be administered.

Contrary to what people perceive Hypnobirthing to be, there are no dangling watches or weird chanting involved. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy isn’t like that. You can’t imagine a level-headed English Princess like Kate Middleton agreeing to that at all! This method promotes positive development, healing, re-programming and most of all, taking control of your body.

The Bottom Line

You deserve a serene birthing experience just like the Duchess of Cambridge as well. Our Hypnobirthing Home Study Course has helped hundreds of mothers, including those who have had a previous traumatic birthing experience. If you also know someone who’d love to hear about this natural, anxiety-free birthing method, simply click on the social buttons below to share this post.

Photo credit above by Jack Taylor/Getty Images.

Meet Kathryn Clark
As a qualified Pregnancy and Birth Counsellor, Kathryn has helped countless women overcome their crippling fears surrounding pregnancy and birth 

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