Did the Duchess of Cambridge use Hypnobirthing?

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This is the question on the lips of every hypnobirthing teacher after the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s beautiful daughter, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

As a teacher of this highly successful and supportive technique of Hypnobirthing in Marlow, we know that what we teach is highly effective, meaning that women have complete confidence and trust in their body’s ability to give birth.  Sound too good to be true?  It isn’t really when somebody starts telling you ‘you can’ rather than ‘you can’t’.

In relation to the royal birth, the signs that Catherine used the ever popular hypnobirthing method is indicated by her late arrival at hospital in the early morning, and the birth of her daughter just a couple of hours later. She then emerged, looking relaxed and calm just 10 hours after with her newborn sleeping peacefully in her arms.  Hardly an indication of a women having experienced a traumatic and difficult birth experience.  All the signs point to a birthing mother in control of her birth and her body, such a lovely sight.

We will never know for sure but I for one am so proud of our young Royals for showing the world how birth should be, despite the medical ‘management’ and choice of hospital, all signs indicate that it is likely that Catherine resisted pressure to have the birth which she wanted.  And if she is happy and comfortable with her choices, that is the main and most important thing.


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