Only the best for Kate Middleton!
The pregnant royal is being treated for hyperemesis gravidarum at London's King Edward VII Hospital Sister Agnes. The top-notch medical facility has been used by the royal family for over 70 years and counts Queen Elizabeth II herself as a patron.
Aside from the nurse who fell for the Australian DJs pretending to be Her Majesty, the hospital prides itself on delivering "the highest standards of private medical care in London," according to its website.
Here's everything else we know about Kind Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes.
It's Growing: Like Kate's baby bump, the hospital is increasing in size. By focusing on its core patients and investing over £3 million (approximately $4.8 million), the hospital has substantially increased patient numbers over the last financial year.
It's Staffed by the Best: The hospital's consultants are uniquely hand-picked and represent the very best in their fields. In other words, Kate's doctor knows what he or she is doing.
It's Pretty Comfy: King Edward VII's Hospital has won awards for its cleanliness, its food and its hotel standard service. Plus, the restaurant-standard food is tailored to individual patient requirements and dietary needs. Hopefully Kate gets past the morning sickness and gets to enjoy some grub before she checks out.
The Patients Are Happy: Per the hospital's website, upwards of 95 percent of patients surveyed rated their overall quality of care as good or better.
We're glad to know Kate and the royal fetus are in good hands.