Um, can you believe the entire weekend went by and we still don't have a royal baby yet? As last week came to a close, I was willing to bet that Kate Middleton would go into labor sometime on Saturday or Sunday so we could kick Monday off with a major celebration.
But as far as we know, she's still preggo, and it actually looks like she may not deliver for at least another week or so. (I know. WTF?)
Supposedly Kate's mom, Carole Middleton, hinted that the royal baby will be a Leo, which means he or she isn't actually due to arrive until at least July 23, when Cancer ends and Leo begins.
Do the math, people. Yep, we may still be going nuts with anticipation over this kid finally showing up an entire seven days from now.
Uhhh -- if her due date really isn't until July 23, she really fooled us. (Nice one, your highness.)
OMG. If Kate's due date hasn't passed yet, no wonder she had no qualms about leaving Kensington Palace and heading to her parents' house in Bucklebury to escape the heat wave that's hitting London right now. If she were really about to go into labor at any second, you'd think she'd want to stick as close to St. Mary's Hospital as possible, right?
But forget about the logistics for a second -- let's go back to the possibility of us having to wait yet another week or more before Kate gives birth. How are we supposed to sleep between now and then? I won't lie, I'm on pins and needles here -- almost to the point where I think I'm just as anxious about the royal baby showing up as I was about going into labor with my own kid.
It's almost like the entire world is expecting a baby right alongside Kate, and we just can't wait to share in her joy and welcome her into the mom club and all that good stuff.
And I think I speak for everyone when I say I wish this kid would hurry up and get a move on already. If next week rolls around and he or she still hasn't made an entrance, I'm not sure we'll be able to stand it.
Are you surprised that Kate hasn't given birth yet?
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