Royal Baby Watch: Did Kate Middleton and Prince William Announce They Are Expecting a Girl?
As the Royal Baby watch continues to heat up, there was a false alarm and immediate excitement caused by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Prince William’s kindness.
Royal baby watchers believed Kate Middleton had gone into labor on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 when officers were spotted outside St. Mary’s Hospital in London and royal protection were spotted entering the side door of the Lindo Wing. It turned out the hubbub was caused by the royal couple sending coffee and cake to those waiting outside the hospital for the birth of the couples second child.
The couple sent over pastries wrapped in pink ribbon. Could this be a sign they are having a girl? Why would they send the pastries to well wisher and press with a pink ribbon?
Kate Middleton is said to be overdue as her due date was reportedly said to be mid to late April. There is talk if Kate doesn’t give birth soon, the doctors will have to induce the Duchess. The birth will be announced via email and then a tweet will be sent out announcing the birth of the baby.
Unlike with the birth of Prince George, news of Kate’s condition will only be officially announced by Kensington Palace between the hours of 8 am and 10 pm UK time. So if Kate goes into the hospital at 11pm and gives birth at 2am, the world will have to wait to hear the news of the birth of the Prince of Princess until 8am.
One person who isn’t waiting for the arrival of the Royal Baby is his Uncle Harry. Prince Harry has headed back to Australia to continue his work with the Australian Army. Life goes on for Prince Harry, although we are sure he is as excited as the rest of the world for the new baby.
What do you think – will Kate and William be having a girl? Why the pink ribbon?