We don't mean to alarm you, but "Royal baby watch" has officially begun.
Paddy Power has been forced to suspending betting for Kate's due date as they have been inundated with bets that she will go into labour on our before Sunday.
Media barriers have been installed outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London, confirming that it's getting ready to welcome the newest member of the royal family. Without it, television crews, reporters, and photographers are not able to set up.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be waiting on tenterhooks to see if their new baby is a boy or a girl - as the couple do not know their child's gender. Her birth dominated the news agenda in the United Kingdom and hit the headlines around the world.
Only a handful of midwives and medical staff, led by consultant obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston, were in the delivery room to supervise Charlotte's birth but waiting in the wings were more than a dozen experts in case of emergencies.
The succession act was amended in 2011 when Prince William got married. These doctors also led the team that helped Kate deliver Charlotte nearly three years ago - on May 2, 2015. However be warned, if the royal baby is born at night, the palace won't make any announcements until 9 a.m. United Kingdom time (4 a.m. ET).
Kensington Palace made the announcement in September a year ago, saying that the Queen and members of both families were "delighted".
Kate and William already have the help of George and Charlotte's full-time live-in nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.