The Royal baby watch continues as Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, hints the baby could be due sometime this week. She was overhead talking at a public appearance in Cornwall on Monday (15th July) and it seems the baby will be here "by the end of the week".
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, hints the Royal baby could be due sometime this week, according to a report in ABC. She was overhead and filmed talking at a public appearance in Cornwall on Monday (15th July) and it seems the baby will be here "by the end of the week".
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at a St. David's Day service, in Cardiff, Wales.
In the video Camilla, who will be the baby's step-grandmother, can be overhead saying "we're all waiting at the end of the telephone". She goes on to hint at the possibility the baby will arrive by the end of this week by saying "I think so, I think so. I think by the end of the week he or she will be there."
The video was taken during Prince William and Camilla's latest public appearance. They visited the Small Harbour Children's Hospice in Cornwall on Monday 15th July.
The world has been watching attentively after Middleton made her last public appearance in June. She has been resting and awaiting the arrival of her child. The Royal couple have not announced the exact due date or the sex of the baby.
The world's press has been camped outside St. Mary's Hospital in London where Middleton is due to give birth in the Lindo Wing. St. Mary's has already welcomed two Royals into the world as Prince Charles and Prince Harry were born there.
Press are also waiting outside Buckingham Palace. When the baby is born a notice informing the general public will be placed outside this Royal residence. Information will also be available on Buckingham Palaces' official website and Twitter.
Kate Middleton and 'bump' at Warner Studios, London in April.
Princes William and Harry spent the weekend playing polo in Cirencester.