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Kate Middleton's Hospital Gives Crucial Hint That Proves The Royal Baby Is Arriving Any Day Now

Date April 10, 2018 18:14

The signs that Kate Middleton's due date is any day soon are coming together. Temporary parking restrictions have been put in place outside the hospital where the royal will give birth to her third this month.

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Parking restrictions for an undisclosed event

Palace officials, in keeping with due process, are withholding Middleton's expected date of delivery, but there are speculations that it will be on April 23.

But the usual pre-birth parking restriction sign has been reported by enthusiasts of the royal family. They were placed outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s hospital, Paddington, London.

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And they are expected to remain from April 9 to April 30. The official reason for the sign was unspecified and simply marked "event". But it's safe to say this is a sure sign.

Other preparations

This comes after the hospital gave the railings near the entrance of the Lindo ward a fresh coat of paint "in readiness for the Duchess of Cambridge".

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Middleton has become something of a regular at the private wing of the hospital, as she gave birth to George and Charlotte there.

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These signs bring an end to speculations that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would opt for a home delivery to avoid the media frenzy of her first two.

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There are big hopes that the baby's birth would coincide with Her Majesty's April 21 birthday or his/her parents' April 29 wedding anniversary.

The baby's title

The baby who has draw a fair share of royal speculations for gender and possible names already has a royal title for sure.

The royals are keeping their cards close to their chest when it comes to the baby's gender.

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But, it is an open secret that the baby will go by: His Royal Highness Prince or Her Royal Highness Princess NAME of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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