Royal Baby: Kensington Palace create new site – Kate due to give birth IMMINENTLY
The Duchess of Cambridge is set to give birth to her third child within weeks and Kensington Palace has created a new page on its official website in preparation for the new arrival sparking speculation Kate is due to go into labour at any moment.
he Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to have their third child in April 2018.
Royal watchers are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the brother or sister to Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two.
But in a bid to give the public a window into their family’s life, the Cambridge’s have a page all about their tots.
And Kensington Palace set the new web page live last week triggering speculation that Kate is quickly approaching her due date.
The new page comes after Prince William reportedly let slip Kate is due “any minute now” when he awarded Ringo Starr with a knighthood.
It’s also believed the royal baby could arrive on April 23 – St George’s Day.
The royal’s page includes information about when the palace announced Kate’s pregnancy in October 2017 via a tweet and when the third baby is due.
It also gives charming details about George and Charlotte’s biggest public moments to date.
It is sure to delight royal fans who want to feel closer to the young royals and keep up-to-date with the latest information.
On Thursday, The Duchess of Cambridge carried out her final official engagement before taking maternity leave.
Kate and William met locals and volunteers at St Luke’s Community Centre, north east London, before everyone sat down to dishes from Mauritius, Malaysia, India and Jamaica.
The royal pair even exchanged one of their favourite recipes for buttered chicken, which staff said they couldn’t wait to cook.
However the Royals are now in full preparation mode for their new baby, which could be slightly overdue, if the births of their past two children are any indication.
Kate is thought to have gone overdue with both Prince George and Princess Charlotte, so a lot will depend on whether the same happens this time.
The new prince or princess could put in an appearance in just over five weeks – so around April 27 or 28.
But Kate may have scheduled her final engagements closer to her due date this time, suspecting the baby is unlikely to arrive early.
Kate welcomed her first born, George, 38 days after her last public appearance in 2013.
She attended the Trooping the Colour parade in London on June 15 2013 and George was born at the Lindo Wing on July 22.
Princess Charlotte – who was meant to be born in April – finally arrived on May 2 2015 – 37 days after Kate’s final engagement.
In 2015, the Duchess carried out her last public engagement on March 27 when she met Baroness Lawrence at the Stephen Lawrence Centre and saw projects run by the charity eXceL Project in London.
An arrival at the end of the April could mean the baby is born on William and Kate’s seventh wedding anniversary on April 29.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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