The Duchess of Cambridge is planning to give birth to her third baby at the private Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London - as she did with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The signage in South Wharf Road mentions the parking restriction from April 9 to April 30 is for an "event".
A month later the palace revealed Kate and William confirmed the due date is April.
'Punters are seemingly confident Kate will give birth to a girl as Alice is proving twice as popular as any other name in the market, ' commented Alex Apati of Ladbrokes.
As of Monday, temporary signs that read "No Parking" were put up outside St. Mary's Hospital, where Kate is planning to give birth.
"She was late with George and Charlotte but I would imagine the baby will be arriving in the last week of April", the royal correspondent said. Without it, television crews, reporters, and photographers are not able to set up.
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Kate and William with their children Charlotte and George.
THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge still do not know whether they are having a boy or a girl until their baby is delivered.
In the Lindo Wing, Kate will again be given a bespoke experience akin to a five-star hotel with en suite rooms available "providing a modern, homely environment in which to start your new or expanded family life", the unit's website states.
Guy Thorpe-Beeston, who holds the role of surgeon gynaecologist to the Royal Household, and Alan Farthing, a consultant gynaecological surgeon, will be present. The child also bumps Prince Harry down another notch in the line of succession.
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.
The royal couple has two children already but has publicly spoken about their excitement to expand their family.