The royal baby looks set to appear in the middle of the Queen’s Coronation celebrations
Kate Middleton’s due date was believed to be mid-July but now sources close to the royal have reportedly revealed the exact day for the newborn’s expected arrival and it’s Saturday 13 July.
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An insider told the Daily Mail: ‘Some of Kate and William’s closest pals were at a barbecue hosted by a family friend of the royals recently. They were all discussing the fact that Kate’s baby is due to be born on July 13. Everyone was very excited.’
This new date falls in the middle of another royal celebration – the Queen’s Coronation Festival that marks 60 years since she was crowned. The events are taking place between 11-14 July, so if Kate Middleton’s baby does arrive on the 13th, it’ll be double celebrations at Buckingham Palace.
It’s not known yet whether the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend any events around the coronation festival although previous reports suggest they’ll leave London and return to her family home in Berkshire where they’ll stay for the first few weeks after the birth.
During the early stages of her pregnancy Kate Middleton suffered from acute morning sickness and was taken to hospital forcing Clarence House to announce the baby news before her 12-week-scan leaving experts unable to predict an exact date for the baby’s arrival.
But there’s not long to wait now!
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