The private hospital where Meghan is believed to have given birth offers new parents a ‘celebration meal’ complete with champagne, lobster and foie gras.
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, was reported to have wanted a home birth after rejecting a stay at the Lindo Wing where the Duchess of Cambridge famously posed with her three newborns.
But more than a week overdue, The Mail was told she was forced to have Baby Sussex in hospital – most likely at The Portland in central London.
The Portland’s childbirth packages start from £15,000 and can cost up to £20,000.
Other famous mothers who have had their babies there include Victoria Beckham, Liz Hurley and Jools Oliver.
Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York also gave birth to Princess Eugenie and Beatrice there.
Staff offer 24-hour room service in their lavish labour suites, which come complete with Molton Brown toiletries and four-poster cots.
New parents are offered a meal to celebrate the safe delivery of their child, with a menu that boasts lobster, oysters, foie gras, champagne and afternoon tea options – all served on silver platters.
Extended stays The Portland can rack up bills of £1,800 a night, a far cry from Frimley Park NHS Hospital in Surrey where Meghan and Harry were rumoured to have gone if her hopes of a home birth were dashed.
Here are photos of the hospital Meghan is believed to have given birth.