Mizuguchi Hospital in Japan offers expectant mums the 'Elisabeth Plan' in the room so new parents can experience childbirth in the style of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, the nineteenth-century monarch coronated at the age of 17.
The hospital,located in Tokyo's swanky Kichijoji neighborhood, charges around £320 for the privilege – but, a six-day stay costs a whopping £75,000.
Packages includes haircare, skincare and make-up during the whole stay – and even a limousine service.
Doctors are also on hand to dish out medicine to stop your milk coming and a nursery will look after your baby around the clock – at £1,200 a night – until you feel ready to face the world
Chief executive Janene Madden, who runs a staff of 434, boasts:
“I have seen somebody spend £500,000.
“We have princesses from the middle east who deliver here quite regularly. We have celebrities and individuals of very high net worth and they used to getting what they want.
“And if they want 10 additional rooms or 20 additional rooms we will provide it.
“As long as that woman or husband can pay for what they are requesting we will do our best to provide that."