Here's Why People think Kate Middleton will welcome Baby No. 3 soon…

Calvin Saunders
April 11, 2018

Believed to be due mid April, it's only a matter of time before Kate Middleton and Prince William welcome royal baby number three. How exciting is that?

Photos posted online by local media showed yellow signs informing the public that parking on South Wharf Road will be suspended from April 9 to April 30 for an "event".

Kate's speculated due date isn't that far off from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding which is taking place on 19th May.

The baby is due to be born in mid-to-late April, and The Duchess has recently been seen in Norfolk, shopping in Waitrose.

Kate gave birth to George, four, and Charlotte, two, in the wing, where the price of a "normal" birth in a standard room starts at £5,900.

And now the investigators among us are putting the clues together and coming up with the same answer - we're about to get another royal baby VERY soon.

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She writes: "The first indication that the baby is on the way will come via @KensingtonRoyal who announce that the Duchess has been admitted to hospital in labour". Should the birth occur in the middle of the night, the earliest they will make an announcement is 9 a.m. United Kingdom time (4 am EST). Along with that announcement, the newborn's gender, weight, and time of birth will all be revealed.

Let the countdown officially began!

But her two previous births have been fairly quick affairs; Kate was only in hospital just over 24 hours when she gave birth to her first child on July 22 2013. Then, photographers, reporters, and television crews can set up.

Looking at when Kate went on maternity leave last time and when her babies arrived, the baby could arrive as late as April 27 or April 28. However, it's unknown at this point if George and Charlotte will join their new sibling for the pics.

'While the Lindo Wing was a functional hospital, it was a little bit like a hotel in terms of the service, ' Katherine revealed. These doctors also led the team that helped Kate deliver Charlotte nearly three years ago - on May 2, 2015. The actual date is still not confirmed, but the royal couple is expected to welcome their third child later this month, Chris Ship, Royal Editor for ITV News, said on Sunday via Twitter.

The Palace also announces William is to make a solo trip to Finland.

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