There Are Parking Restrictions Outside Kate's Hospital AKA Royal Baby Soon

Rosalie Gross
April 10, 2018

Princess Charlotte daughter of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge will change the royal history as her parents are expecting a baby.

Middleton is now pregnant with her third child, as she and husband Prince William are already parents to son Prince George and daughter Princess Charlotte. Per the notices, parking has been suspended for an "event".

Princess Charlotte was born in 2015, Wills and Kate's second child after Prince George.

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.

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But never fear because you don't need a press pass or a fancy email to get the official word, everything's going to be announced via Kensington Palace's official twitter so time to turn post notifications on.

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According to The Sun, bookies have leaned toward very traditional names, which is not surprising because it is common in the royal family to pass down names. William and Kate will want to inform the Queen and their families before sharing their news with the world.

Last month, railings outside the Lindo Wing were given a touch-up with fresh paint.

While the due date of 36-year-old Kate has not formally been revealed to the public, there is speculation that it could fall close to St George's Day.

Guy Thorpe-Beeston, who holds the role of surgeon gynaecologist to the Royal Household, and Alan Farthing, a consultant gynaecological surgeon, will be present.

As happened with George and Charlotte, the first we'll hear about the royal baby's arrival is an announcement from Kensington Palace that Kate has gone into labour.

It is understood that the Duke and Duchess do not know the gender of the baby preferring to keep it a surprise.

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