Kate Middleton is said to be relaxing at the home of her parents in Bucklebury in the UK as she awaits her due date.
The Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in west London is the confirmed location for the impending royal birth, but a total of three hospitals are said to be on standby should Kate Middleton go into labour while visiting friends and family outside of London.
As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge await the birth of their second child, which is due this week, Reading’s Royal Berkshire hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk are believed to have made arrangements to accommodate the Duchess should she go into labour nearby.
According to the bookies, the baby will be an 7lb-8lb baby girl named Alice and will be born on April 25th.
A palace aide revealed Kate and William are “hugely grateful for the warm wishes they have received from people throughout the U.K. and indeed around the world over the last few months,”