Inside the Lindo Wing, one hospital where Duchess Meghan could give birth

The Lindo Wing is where Duchess Kate and Princess Diana each gave birth.

Kensington Palace has not announced where Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, plans to give birth to her first child with Prince Harry.

If Meghan, 37, chooses to deliver at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in London, she will be choosing a maternity wing rich in royal history.

The Lindo Wing is where Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, has delivered all three of her children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

It is also where the late Princess Diana delivered both Prince Harry and Prince William.

Prince George and his father, William, are the only two direct heirs to the throne delivered in the Lindo Wing.

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The Lindo Wing was opened by William and Harry's great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, in 1937. It is a private wing at St Mary’s Hospital run by Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, according to the wing's website.

The hospital has everything discerning parents like Meghan and Harry may want or need. Some of the amenities include Wi-Fi, satellite television, a bedside refrigerator and chefs who prepare meals on-site and to-order, according to the Lindo Wing's website.

There is even an afternoon tea service with the option of adding champagne.

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The hospital boasts of having a hotel services team to help family members "settle in and feel at home." That may be a bonus for Meghan, whose mom, Doria Ragland, lives in Los Angeles.