Constance Hall recreates Kate's birth photo with one key difference

Bianca Soldani
Acting Lifestyle Editor

Kate Middleton had the eyes of the world on her when she stepped out of hospital for the first time with new baby Prince Louis.

A professional stylist and hairdresser were on hand to prim and preen her for the big photo op, and when she emerged from the doors of the Lindo Wing, she hardly looked like she’d just gone through something as significant as child birth.

Welcoming her fifth baby into the world (the seventh for their beautifully blended family), blogger Constance Hall also stopped to take a photo outside of the hospital where she gave birth – but there was something a little different about hers.


Without an expensive team of stylists on hand to focus solely on her physical appearance, Constance looked just like many new mums; dressed in her compression socks, hair in her face, and surrounded by her family.

“Oh god Kate… the things they expect of us royals,” she captioned the photo, “I hear ya babe I hear ya.”


Constance and her new hubby Denim Cooke, welcomed their son Raja via C-section on 28 May.

“We couldn’t have dreamt a more perfect baby,” she said and thanked Denim for being a champion throughout the birthing experience.

The name Raja means ‘King’ or ‘Prince’, which is fitting considering Constance goes by ‘Queen’.


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