Knighthood for royal doctor who delivered Prince George

Knighthood for royal doctor who delivered Prince George

The Queen’s medical doctor who led the team that delivered the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s child has been made a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.

The award recognises Sir Marcus Setchell’s services to the Royal family over more than two decades.

as well as attending to Kate’s extreme morning sickness in early 2013, he assisted with the Duchess of Cornwall’s hysterectomy in 2007.

And he helped save the Countess of Wessex and her eldest kid.

In 2003, Prince Edward’s spouse Sophie was once rushed to hospital after complaining of severe inner pains when she used to be eight months pregnant.

She was dangerously sick from blood loss and wanted an emergency Caesarean.

Sir Marcus, now 70, is because of retire.

The consultant obstetrician had been awarded Commander of the Royal Victorian Order in 2005.

Awards made beneath the Royal Victorian Order are in the Queen’s non-public reward and are bestowed independently of 10 Downing street.

Caroline Cassels, matron of King Edward VII’s health center, which has supplied clinical therapy for royals for decades, has been made a Lieutenant of the RVO.