Kate Middleton will travel to her parents immediately after childbirth. The former bodyguard of the royal family, Ken Wharfe, considered this unwise decision in Look magazine.
Kate Middleton will give birth to her first child in the coming days. The Duchess is expected to arrive at the maternity shortly before going to rest with his parents.
The former bodyguard of Prince William, Ken Wharfe, testified his concerns about this highly publicized pregnancy. According to him, the young woman would rather go in one of the residences of the royal family after childbirth. "There is a real risk that the child is kidnapped. There will be hidden in the trees and in the surrounding people to wait until the baby is in pram walked, he told the British magazine Look. The more I talk, the more hasty decisions keep coming. I do not understand when they have thought it was a viable decision. "
Kate Middleton's family is installed in a property of Berkshire. The parents of the young woman, Carole and Michael, he says violate royal protocol if they decide to keep the baby nearly six weeks under their roof. "It is not a pretty protected environment. They have some equipment to secure the house, but there is no chance they can put in place all the necessary facilities within a short time. "
Ken Wharfe was in charge of the safety of Princess Diana during her two pregnancies. According to him, the media interest around the newborn is this time much more important. "There will be a global concern about the birth," said Ken Wharfe.
Childbirth Kate Middleton is expected to St Mary London clinic.