Kate Middleton's Baby Might Not Arrive Until Next Month!

We are still on Royal Baby Watch! Kate Middleton is nearly a week past her due date, and there's no indication that it we'll be meeting Prince George's little brother or sister within the next day or two. In fact, the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital has extended the parking restrictions outside the facility for another five days!


The Duchess of Cambridge has been planning to give birth to her second child at the private section of the NHS hospital basically since before he or she was conceived. It's where not only where Prince George was born, but also his daddy and uncle, Princes William and Harry.

A Westminster Council spokesman said Wednesday, April 29, that the parking restriction on the street outside the hospital have been extended another five days. They were originally set up on April 14, and were to remain in place until April 30. Now they will remain in effect through May 4!

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That is a very long time to be pregnant. Not that Kate has let it slow her down. Days past her due date, she was spotted driving George to his swim lessons on Tuesday. The same day, she and will sent tea and pastries to the loyal fans waiting outside the Lindo Wing, waiting to show their support the instant she goes into labor.

The super fans, who were decked out in head-to-toe Union Jack gear, said they were touched by the gesture. One person said, "We couldn't believe it. One of the officers dropped it off and said it was from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It was a lovely gesture, smashing."

We can't believe we may have to wait five more days to meet the newest little Windsor! But as much as we are antsy to meet him or her, we're betting Kate is even more ready than us.

When do you think Kate Middleton's second baby will be born?


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