Are you as excited as we are for the arrival of the new prince or princess? The countdown to Kate Middleton’s second baby has finally come. William, 32, and Kate, 33, have kept pretty mum about their latest addition. Don’t worry! We have the inside scoop with all of the details that you need to know about the entrance of Britain’s newest royalty into the world. With the duchess’ due date quickly approaching on April 25th, you can bet that the city is in a frantic panic preparing for the baby. To ensure privacy for the family, authorities have just recently begun creating parking restrictions near the hospital to keep out reporters, camera crews, and photographers. They will have positions marked and designated for them. You can bet this will create some traffic headaches in and around the private Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, in London, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be posted to deliver. The two, who are already parents to son, Prince George, 21 months, are no strangers to this ordeal. Weeks before little George was born on July 22nd, 2013, the chaos of the media and public hoping to catch a glimpse of the royal family was insane. To add to the hype, the parents claim to not know whether their latest addition is a boy or a girl. However, people around the world are speculating that a little girl may be expected and rumor has it they intend to name her “Charlotte” or “Elizabeth” after the Queen. While Kate has been on maternity leave since March 28th, the same can’t be said for William. He has been working at East Anglia Air Ambulance training between three different hospitals to be an air ambulance pilot. We hope he is prepared and ready to be at the delivery in time, as it could take him up to two hours to reach Kate’s hospital from where he’s training…and that includes a police escort. We have a feeling that whatever the case is, Kate will be well taken care of until her husband can get there. The breastpump specialists are Aeroflow Healthcare are wishing the royal family a safe delivery and healthy new baby. We can’t wait for pictures of newest royal tot! Kate_&_George Kate royal_family Believe it or not, royalty needs breastpumps too. At Aeroflow Healthcare, we have a team of breastpump representatives ready to help you get your free double electric breastpump shipped right to your front door. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, most insurance plans are required to offer breastfeeding equipment and supplies at no cost to you. We offer the latest and greatest breastpump brands on the market including Medela, Ameda, Hygeia, Spectra, and Nuk. Take a peek here to see all that we have to offer. The process to find out if you’re eligible is simple. Just a few clicks away could be saving you hundreds of dollars! See for yourself and click here to fill out our Qualify Through Insurance form. Breastpump specialists are waiting on the other end to verify your benefits. Get started today! For immediate assistance, we can be reached directly via phone at (844)867-9890. We look forward to working with you soon!

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