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Meghan Markle Picks New Hospital After Freak-Out Over Cleanliness Concerns

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Jan. 4 2019, Updated 3:26 p.m. ET

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Meghan Markle will not be following in frenemy Kate Middleton’s footsteps!

According to The Sun, the Duchess of Sussex refuses to give birth at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, and will instead welcome her first child at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey.

The news comes after revealed the sanitation issues discovered at the maternity unit after Kate, 36, gave birth to her three kids.

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When Meghan, 37, found out the “royal ward” scored a rating of just 2-out-of-5 in a mandatory government cleanliness test, she “went ballistic,” according to an insider. Not only did she order that her own chef and cleaners be sent to the facility before she give birth, but she also told Prince Harry that she could end up choosing another facility or trying a natural home birth.

Now, the decision has been made.

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As readers know, the former Suits actress and Harry, 34, will soon be moving into Frogmore Cottage to raise their own little family away from Kensington Palace. Though they’ve yet to make the move, royal sources told reporters that the couple’s new residence is just 15 miles from Frimley Park Hospital, a fact which likely influenced their decision to change hospitals.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s child is due this Spring. Stay tuned!

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