Reports say the most watched waddling woman in the world, Princess Kate, and Prince William left her parent's home in Bucklebury a short time ago by car, leading the world to believe the big moment may finally be here!
Could the #GreatKateWait finally be coming to an end? Could we all be about to be a part of (well, not exactly a part of, but we can act like we're family, can't we?!) the most talked about birth since, well, probably Prince William? The Twittersphere has been exploding (think #RoyalBabyWatch) all week as the world thought Mama-to-be Kate was due on July 13th.
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Now, the Daily Telegraph reports that the actual due date is today. According to the paper, a well-placed source says a small group of hospital staff at St Mary's, where the heir to the throne will be born, were put on notice that they had to "tee total" for a month before delivery, you know, just in case the future ruler of their country wanted to make a grand entrance. The source added: "They were told the due date was July 19, meaning they couldn't drink from June 19 onwards."
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The idea that the big moment may finally here was amped up after Queen Elizabeth apparently rushed out of an event yesterday without saying a word. Everyone, of course, believes she may have received word that her great grandchild may be ready to face his or her future.
It's a good thing, too. When asked earlier this week if the Queen is hoping for a boy or a girl, she reportedly told a 10-year-old girl: "I don't think I mind but I would very much like it to arrive because I'm going on holiday soon."
Hey, an 87-year-old majesty needs her vaca time in Scotland.... C'mon baby....
Oh, by the way, whenever His or Her Royal Highness is here, get ready to call him/her HRH Prince or Princess of Cambridge. The Palace released the official title for the third in succession to the throne.
We're on #BabyWatch... and will keep you posted.
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