Kensington Palace reveals new royal baby details

Princess Charlotte

GETTYPrincess Charlotte will retain her position as fourth-in-line to the throne

In fact, for both George and Charlotte's entrances into the world, St. Mary's put up "no parking" signs two weeks before their respective births.

The latest addition to the British royal family will be born at St. Mary's Hospital in London, a familiar location for Prince William and Duchess Catherine. How exciting is that?

The suspended parking notices will run from today until April 30, so it's just a waiting game from here.

Paddy Power has been forced to suspending betting for Kate's due date as they have been inundated with bets that she will go into labour on our before Sunday.

Kensington Palace will issue a statement regarding the baby's sex, weight and time of birth once the Duchess gives birth to her third child.

Kate is expecting her third childWhen will Kate Middleton be admitted to hospital? Nothing will be known outside the baby's gender, weight, and time of birth.

There it is placed on an easel - used to announce Prince William's birth in 1982 - and this the official way of announcing royal births.

"The baby will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge".

According to Sky News, barriers have been set up on the street outside the hospital to accommodate television crews and photographers. Prince George was born on 22 July 2013 and the Princess of Cambridge on 2 May 2015. For those interested in being in the loop, the pattern of Kate's third birth will match the organization around Charlotte's arrival, rather than George's.

The Palace also announces William is to make a solo trip to Finland. However, if the birth happens in the middle of the night, the palace will not make any announcement before 9 A.M. United Kingdom time.

At his first public appearance since it was disclosed he was to become a father again, William says, at the National Mental Health and Policing Conference in Oxford: "It's very good news", but admits the family is not getting much sleep.

The due date of the baby, who will be Queen Elizabeth's sixth great-grandchild, has not been revealed.

Prince Harry missed Charlotte's christening while in Africa, but this time will be expected to attend with new wife Meghan Markle, who he marries on May 19.

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