Can Coverage Of Prince William & Kate Middleton's Second Birth Be Live Streamed? It's Like A National Holiday
Who else can't wait for the birth of royal baby number two? Well, in anticipation of the birth of Kate Middleton and Prince William's second child, I can only wonder if the birth will be live streamed. Remember when Middleton and William went to the hospital for the first time and coverage of Prince George's birth was live streamed? Yeah, me too, because I was the one of many watching and live-tweeting the entire event. So, will it happen again? Will we be graced with another live stream of Kate and William's second birth? There is no official word, but you know it will totally happen, because it's basically a national holiday.
Seeing as coverage of William and Kate's wedding and first birth were both available live, why wouldn't the same happen for their second child? If it doesn't happen, well, many people won't be happy, while others will be thrilled that they don't have to hear a play by play of everything not happening at the London hospital, like random people chilling on the street or the excitement every time the hospital door opens.
Middleton and Prince William are two royals the world can't get enough of, so there's no doubt we'll be gifted with yet another live event. I mean, people started freaking out over their baby's gender as soon as Middleton and William announced their second pregnancy. So, yeah, you know all those who adore the royals will want to watch every moment revolving around the birth.
Until that live streaming event happens, I'll leave you with these highlights from the last time Kate and William announced their first bundle of joy.
This Guy Aka The Town Crier
Who doesn't want to watch a town crier who came "unannounced" to the hospital announce the arrival of the royal baby?
The Crazy Celebrations
Seriously, it does not get better than this.
The People Aka The Fanatics
Yes, this happens.
Of Course, The Baby's Debut
Finally, who doesn't want to see the debut of Will and Kate's baby? The precious moments are not to be missed.
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