Both George and Charlotte were delivered at St. Mary’s Hospital in west London. Princes William and Harry were also born there, as were, rather randomly, singer Elvis Costello and actor Kiefer Sutherland. The royal baby won’t have time to get too comfortable in his or her new digs, though. The duchess has typically emerged for a public photo opp and a trip home within a day of giving birth. The births of the royal siblings were greeted with much fanfare, including gun salutes and the illumination (blue for George, pink for Charlotte, because one mustn’t veer too far from gender norms in royal-land, apparently) of landmarks like Tower Bridge and the London Eye.
The children were both baptized by the Archbishop of Canterbury, albeit in different locations, so one can expect the same for #3. And in true “we lost interest after the first one” fashion, George has seven godparents, while Charlotte must make do with five. At this rate, #3 may be bequeathed to a butler.