Kate Middleton will take doctors' advice on day about Caesarean birth of her baby
Kate Middleton is now in the final stage of her pregnancy with just nine weeks left to go
Prince William is expected to be present in the delivery room for the birth
After the birth Kate Middleton's mother Carol will help the new mum out
'They don't interfere,' royal correspondent Robert Jobson tells us.
'They won't attend the hospital, but the Middletons are likely to be there.
'When it comes to the birth itself, Kate will leave all the decisions to the doctors on the day about whether it's a natural birth, what pain control she'll have or if it needs to be a Caesarean.
'She's taken advice from the royal doctors already.'
These include gynaecologist Alan Farthing - the late Jill Dando's former fiancé - who's expected to deliver 31-year-old Kate's baby.
Read more about Kate Middleton in Now magazine dated 23 May 2013 - out now!
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