With previous reports stating that the Duchess of Cambrige was due by the "end of the week," rumour has it the the royal baby might very well be on his or her way.
On Monday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left their residence at Kensington Palace's Nottingham Cottage, which has no air conditioning, and headed to her parents' cooler home in The Bucklebury, Berkshire.
According to E! News, there is no real way of knowing if the royal couple is heading for Kensington Palace or the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's hospital --where the 33-year-old dutchess is due to give birth.
Sources told the Telegraph that the future Prince or Princess of Cambridge was due today.
“A small number of staff at St Mary’s who might be called upon when the Duchess gives birth were told they had to remain teetotal for a month before the Duchess’s due date," the news site reported. “They were told the due date was July 19, meaning they couldn’t drink from June 19 onwards."
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