“My first time photographing a royal baby reveal outside of the hospital was the birth of Prince George.
“There was a real sense of chaos around this birth with it being the first child from either William or Harry.
“Everyone was very excited by it, and people camped outside the hospital for weeks.”
Princess Charlotte’s birth sparked emergency Palace meet to avoid same ‘chaos’ as George’s
Mr Rooke said: ‘Ahead of Princess Charlotte’s birth, there was a meeting with the Palace.’
He continued: “Ahead of Princess Charlotte’s birth, there was a meeting with the Palace.
“They wanted to work out the best way to photograph it, and where everyone should stand.
“To avoid the chaos from Prince George’s birth, we weren’t allowed up to the hospital until Kate had been admitted.
“When it was time, we were given a numbered spot outside the hospital drawn out of a hat and allocated to us.”
Mr Rooke said: ‘To avoid the chaos from Prince George’s birth, we weren’t allowed up to hospital.’
The Palace called an important meeting before Princess Charlotte’s birth to figure out a battle plan
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to her second child and only daughter on May 2, 2015.
Charlotte was delivered at St Mary’s Hospital in London just like her brother, George.
As Kate and Prince William’s second child, she is fourth in line to the throne.
WHO IS PRINCESS CHARLOTTE?
George is two years older than his sister, and third in the line of succession.
He was born on July 23, 2013 in St Mary’s Lindo Wing.
Kate has posed outside the maternity ward for all of her children after delivery.
William’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, gave birth to him in the Lindo Wing.
This made the Duke of Cambridge the first heir-apparent to be born in a hospital.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK