Some time ago, the Palace said that Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, would be welcoming their first child in mid-July. As the entire world is waiting for the arrival of the royal baby, a new report suggests Kate is now spending some time at her parents’ home.
Though the Palace did not offer an exact date for the birth, many took “mid-July” to mean precisely July 14 – or July 15, at the most.
Consequently, journalists from all over the world are camped outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s hospital in Paddington, where Kate will be giving birth.
“As anticipation is rising there, she has actually traveled to her family’s home in Berkshire to spend the last days of the pregnancy”, Hello Magazine writes.
“Police cars are parked outside the Middleton’s home, ready to take Kate, 31, the 50 mile journey to London when the time comes,” the publication writes, citing other reports in the British media.