Kate Middleton due date: When will the royal baby be born?

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The Royal family are celebrating the news that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child together.

Kate and William are already parents to Prince George and Princess Charlotte and there is speculation that the couple’s third child is likely to be a spring baby.

The announcement is believed to have been made earlier than planned after the Duchess’ severe morning sickness forced her to cancel a planned visit to a children’s centre in north London.

And, as the Duchess is not yet three months pregnant, the due date for the baby is expected to be no earlier than March 2018. 

Pregnant: The Duchess has announced she is expecting (Getty Images)

Kate’s first two pregnancies were also announced before the 12-week mark because she was unwell with the extreme form of morning sickness hyperemesis gravidarum.

She is being cared for at Kensington Palace, a statement said. 

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The Duchess is expected to return to the private delivery suite at the Lindo wing of St Mary’s Hospital, where she gave birth to her two other children.

As with her previous pregnancies, the world’s media and royalists will gather outside the west London hospital in the days leading up to her expected delivery date.

Royal baby: the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge outside the Lindo Wing after the birth of Prince George (Picture: PA)

Before the birth of Princess Charlotte, some superfans waited outside the ward for weeks beforehand, in the hope wishing the young family well.


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