Kate Middleton reportedly seeks natural birth, but might want to take Snooki’s advice instead

Getty ImagesKate Middleton is going the natural route

Getty ImagesKate Middleton is going the natural route

Princess Kate Middleton is due sometime in July, depending on whom you ask, but according to the New York Daily News, when the baby does come she plans on having a hippie-dippie natural delivery in a “birthing pool.”

She’s also allegedly looking into hypnotherapy, which is supposed to help remove all anxiety and fear around childbirth and thereby decrease the pain.

Maybe she should actually take a cue from Snooki, who offered this wisdom on her “Celebaby Report” on MTV: “Make sure your mascara is waterproof because you’re going to cry from the pain of the baby coming out of your vagina.” She adds, “While in labor, you’ll probably fart in the doctor’s face, but at least you’ll look good doing it.”

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