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Old 06-01-2020, 08:31 AM
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Yes that was announced wasn't it? I think she had a long labour so they decided to expedite matters..
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Old 06-01-2020, 09:06 AM
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When/if Stephanie has another child, I wonder if it will have to be born born by Caesarian as well?
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Old 06-01-2020, 09:10 AM
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Probably yes, she is over 35 already.
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Old 06-05-2020, 08:07 PM
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Also King Louis II of Hungary (Jagiellon, 1506-26) was born premature; the court doctors kept him alive by slaying animals and wrapping him in their warm carcasses as a primitive incubator.
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Old 06-25-2020, 03:09 PM
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I would have to agree - another Biograph of the Queen's noted something similar that the Queen started reading mother magazines and how to raise children books with Andrew and was very enthusiastic about natural birth and early mother bonds. Which is why she has a midwife for Edward and insisted on the Duke of Edinburgh been present. There was concerned about her age , early problems with the pregnancy and the fact that Edward was small and had weak lungs. An ambulance stood by to take mother and child to hospital if needed. Side note - although Edward is now way into his fifties - the Queen is always reminding him of his weak lungs - which I am pretty sure you grow out of.


My brother was born by emergency C-section (all three of us were; although my youngest brother was a non-emergency) at 28 weeks weighing only 1 pound 12 ounces and also had weak lungs; he was on oxygen for the first 10 months of his life, and to this day (he’s 27 now) he still carries a puffer around with him as they’re still a bit twitchy. He was hospitalized for a severe chest infection when he was 6, and had to move out of his apartment last year after only being there for a few days as the tenants above him were smokers. Thank God for surfactant otherwise none of us would be here! (all three of us were born ~3 months early)
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eugenie's son august was born by C-section.

zara's lucas was born at home, so naturally and probably without much (or heavy duty) pain relief as i doubt midwives who assist home births can give you more than gas and air and the usual pain killers such as paracetamol.
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I recall reading in a bio of Queen Margrethe where she said that Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark was born by caesarean, while Joachim was natural.
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Old 03-24-2021, 02:49 PM
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I recall reading in a bio of Queen Margrethe where she said that Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark was born by caesarean, while Joachim was natural.
I wouldn't want to doubt her word, but that would have been exceptionally unusual for the time. Back then once you had one child by caesarean you had all your subsequent ones (usually just one) that way, and that didn't change until decades after QM had her kids.
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Old 03-24-2021, 03:05 PM
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I wouldn't want to doubt her word, but that would have been exceptionally unusual for the time. Back then once you had one child by caesarean you had all your subsequent ones (usually just one) that way, and that didn't change until decades after QM had her kids.
That's not always the case.Eliz II was a caesarain in 1926, and her mother had Margaret in a normal labour in 1930. That's well before Q Margrethe.
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That's not always the case.Eliz II was a caesarain in 1926, and her mother had Margaret in a normal labour in 1930. That's well before Q Margrethe.
Is there any proof Margaret wasn't born by caesarean, as logic and overwhelming custom of the time would have seemed to dictate? They don't tend to change these things just because you're royal.
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Old 03-24-2021, 04:44 PM
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Is there any proof Margaret wasn't born by caesarean, as logic and overwhelming custom of the time would have seemed to dictate? They don't tend to change these things just because you're royal.
As far as I know there is a report that there was a 6 hour labour, so its unlikley that they would have let her go into labour naturally for so long, if a caesarian was planned.
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