Kate Middleton is currently expecting her third child and any day she will be checking in the posh Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital yet.
Parking restrictions have started up at The Lindo Wing
So the preparations have already begun, such as the parking restrictions that have been erected all over the hospital as they prepare for the moment when the worlds media will swarm there.
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The yellow signs explaining the restrictions have been put outside the Lindo Wing on South Wharf Road, where Kate is expected to give birth. This is also the same place where she gave birth to her first two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The restriction is that vehicles are forbidden to park outside the wing from Monday 9 April to Monday 30 April-a three week period.
From this some people have speculated that Kates due date is around the 20th of April, which falls right in the middle of this period, giving her 10 days to be late or early.
However, we can just say that because of the restrictions the baby will arrive before the 30th of April.
Back in 2015 when she had Princess Charlotte, parking restrictions outside the Lindo Wing originally ran from 15 April to 30 April.
But due to Kate exceeding her initial due date of 24 of April the restrictions were extended.
So perhaps they’ve already budgeted themselves an extra few days, just in case Kate Middleton is late again?
Just like her last birth, there has been speculation that Kate Middleton and Williams third royal baby will arrive on the 29th, which is the same day of their wedding anniversary.
This year they will be celebrating their seventh year of marriage, as the couple officially tied the know back in 2011.
Barriers have also been placed outside the Lindo Wing, ready to host the world’s press as door watch commences. Kensington Palace confirmed Kate is due in April but no specific due date has been given.