10 March 2018 by Tom Sykes for The Daily Beast
The birth of the Queen’s youngest child has been dramatized by the artist and photographer Natalie Lennard, the latest in a series of works by the artist themed around childbirth.
“I don't think many people even know she had all her children at home. Just a short 50 years or so have somewhat brainwashed us to think birth belongs in the hospital"
5 March 2018 by Joanna Tweedy for Femail / MailOnline
"An artist has painstakingly recreated the Queen's natural labour with her fourth child, Prince Edward, in 1964 to show how the monarch broke with royal traditions.
"The controversial footage graphically depicts the Queen during the final stages of labour and asks the question whether a royal home birth might happen again for the first time in 54 years when the Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to her third child this summer."
3 March 2018 by Beverley Turner for London's Biggest Conversation & radio interview about Birth Undisturbed
Report on birth in art by Esther Vivas Esteve, Spain, Jan 2018
Jaime Noguera for Publico, Spain, 19 Dec 2017
31st Dec 2017. Artist's own blog post. “I want to fill the gap I see in art, women either token or broken. I want to story-tell a maternal voice screaming to be spoken."
2nd January 2018 by Sheena Byrom. How the series 'Birth Undisturbed' began, and aims to connect art and maternity worlds.
21st Nov 2017, Nicole York for Fstoppers. "The fictional narrative series draws inspiration from figureheads of birth philosophy to shine new light on how we view childbirth."