It has been confirmed that the Duchess of Cambridge is planning to have her third baby at the Lindo Wing.
The suspended parking notices will run from today until April 30, so it's just a waiting game from here.
However, it's now kicked up a gear as the road outside the Lindo Wing, where Kate will give birth, has been closed to the public.
October 16 - Kate makes a surprise appearance at Paddington Station, joining William and Prince Harry at a charity event, where she dances on the platform with Paddington Bear.
Aside from the parking restriction, barriers have also been erected outside the hospital in preparation of the crowd of well-wishers and media that are expected to welcome the royal baby.
And now Kensington Palace has revealed the baby will be born at Saint Mary's hospital in London. Without it, television crews, reporters, and photographers are not able to set up.
As for how long we'll have to wait for the royal baby news? If the baby is born on April 29, it will share William and Kate's seventh wedding anniversary.
Upon leaving the hospital, the royals will return to Apartment 1A of Kensington Palace, from where they will issue a bulletin with the baby's name. However, if the birth happens in the middle of the night, the palace will not make any announcement before 9 A.M. United Kingdom time.
Nonetheless, Kate and William have certainly perfected this whole routine. While there's been a lot of speculation about how Kate and Prince William are preparing for the birth, few articles have spared a thought for how the older siblings, Charlotte and George are getting ready for the new addition to their family.
She said: "Prince William does not wish to take the throne early".
Consultant obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston and consultant gynaecologist Alan Farthing will be among the team, two senior medics who were involved in helping to deliver Kate's previous children.