The royal birth is imminent, and no, we don’t mean Khloe Kardashian (though we’re keeping our ears to the ground). Kate Middleton is set to finally give birth this month and we couldn’t be more excited – but just when will she give birth to baby number three?
In true patriotic style, The Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth on St. Georges Day – the 23rd of April!
That’s only less than two weeks away, so get the popcorn ready and enjoy the live-streamed event.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be preparing for the arrival of a baby sibling any time now, and the rest of the world is overjoyed too.
Although Kensington Palace has only confirmed that Kate and William’s baby is due in April 2018, royal correspondent for The Sun, Emily Andrews has revealed the due date earlier this week while speaking on Lorraine.
“She was late with George and Charlotte but I would imagine the baby will be arriving in the last week of April,” said Andrews.
Kate is expected to give birth in the Lindo Wing of London’s St Mary’s Hospital, just as she did for Charlotte and George. Media outlets are also expected to be parked outside the hospital from Wednesday April 11.
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In the lead up to the birth and afterwards, there are some rather specific rules that need to be followed, including making sure that the Queen is the first to know of the birth (Prince William apparently had to use an encrypted phone to tell her when little George was born). We’re not sure if the modern royals will be keeping to them, but it’ll be interesting to see once baby number three is born.
Let the countdown begin!
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