Stand by, everyone, baby Cambridge is imminent. No, Kate hasn't gone into labour but the parking restrictions have been put in place outside St. Mary's, Paddington which means the hospital is expecting a rather special patient very soon. The countdown to the newest royal baby on the block has started.
The parking restrictions mean no one can pull up, drop off, wait or load their vehicle outside the famous building from now until April 30th. The same kind of rules came into force ahead of the births of Prince George and Princess Charlotte at the same hospital. And it's final confirmation, as if the new coat of paint on the railings wasn't enough, that Kate will be having her third baby at the hospital.
Although Kate's due date hasn't been confirmed, there has been speculation that baby number three is set to arrive on April 23rd. George and Charlotte were both slightly late which could mean that the newest Cambridge makes their debut around the end of the month. Whenever they choose to put in an appearance, the new fifth in line to the throne is expected to make their first foray before the cameras soon afterwards on the famous steps of the Lindo Wing and once that's done, the parking restrictions we're all getting so excited about today will disappear. Until next time. Not that we're looking at you, Harry and Meghan....
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