Published: Tue, April 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Stop Everything: Kate Middleton To Give Birth Any Day Now!

Stop Everything: Kate Middleton To Give Birth Any Day Now!

On top of the Duchess of Cambridge's pronounced baby bump, it's clear that the brunette royal is due soon, as her go-to hospital recently put up temporary parking restrictions.

Prior to Andrews' report, Kensington Palace had only shared that Middleton was expected to give birth during the month of April.

Prince William himself was born at St. Mary's on June 21, 1982, while brother Prince Harry was also born at the Lindo Wing on September 15, 1984.

Parking has been suspended outside the wing from April 9 to April 30, according to signs posted by hospital officials.

Preparations for the media coverage of the birth begin in earnest on Monday, with crowd barriers going up in the street opposite the Lindo Wing in Paddington, central London, and parking restrictions coming into force in the area.

When is the new royal baby due?

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The sex of their third baby will be a big surprise. The announcement would only be made when William and Kate have informed Queen Elizabeth and other members of their families.

"Royal aides and St Mary's Hospital have worked hard to ensure there is minimal disruption to staff and patients, so don't expect to see regular reporting/updates from the Lindo Wing until the time comes".

And speculation has been rife that the baby could be due on St. George's day (23rd April).

Bookies believe Kate will have a girl and a large number of punters have placed bets on the baby being named Mary, the favourite with firms including William Hill and Coral. However, she added the date could change as Middleton gave birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte much later than expected.

As with George and Charlotte, it's thought that obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston and Sir Alan Farthing, surgeon-gynaecologist to the Queen, will lead the team in charge with delivering the royal baby.

A little more - and the paparazzi along with fans will start to be on duty at the clinic, counting the days to the momentous event in the Royal family.

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