Pssst: This Is How We Know The Royal Baby Is Coming Soon

Pssst: This Is How We Know The Royal Baby Is Coming Soon

We don't mean to alarm you, but Royal Baby Watch has officially began as press barriers have been assembled outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London.

Just like with Prince George in 2013 and Princess Charlotte in 2015, the same parking signs appeared but stayed there for more than two weeks before Kate gave birth.

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Preparations are well underway as the Duchess prepares to give birth to her third child. An exact due date has not been announced.

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A spokesperson for the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, the body which oversees the hospital, confirmed to that barriers and parking signs had been installed outside this week.

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According to reports, Kate will once again be cared for by royal doctors Guy Thorpe-Beeston and Alan Farthing.

The baby is expected this month and although a due date has not been revealed it is believed the birth is likely to take place during the second half of April. It's said that the media has been barred from camping outside the lavish Lindo Wing, as they must wait for official word from the palace that Kate is en route to the hospital.

The couple made the announcement on 4th September 2017, and a month later they revealed that Kate and Wills third child is due in April.

As with her previous births she entered the hospital by a discreet side-entrance. If the Royal Baby is born April 21, the child will share a birthday with the Queen, who turns a spry 92 this year. Without it, television crews, reporters, and photographers are not able to set up.

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