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Kate Middleton: So, This is What Happens When You're About to Birth a Royal

Wow, just wow. Kate Middleton isn’t due to have her baby (the first for the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William) until July 11th, but that is not stopping the UK press to go into full royal baby frenzy mode. They have already started to camp out across the street from the Lindo wing at St Mary’s Hospital in London. There are cameras, ladders and reporters patiently waiting for the big day which may or may not happen on July 11th. It could be earlier, it could be later. As Kate Middleton said, “babies have their own agenda.”

But check out these photos, doesn’t it seem a bit overzealous to set up the royal baby watch this early?

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    The Royal Family participates in the annual tradition of Trooping the Colour, also known as 'The Queen's Birthday Parade,' in London

    Does she have any idea what is awaiting her? Check out the chaos already brewing outside the hospital.

  • The Ladders 2 of 5
    Press get ready for the birth of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's Baby outside The Lindo wing, St Mary's Hospital in London

    Across from the hospital there is a large sectioned off area with a whole slew of ladders waiting for photographers to fill the space.

  • Waiting 3 of 5
    Press get ready for the birth of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's Baby outside The Lindo wing, St Mary's Hospital in London

    Now it is just a waiting game. Various people stand guard waiting, waiting and waiting some more.

  • Lindo Wing 4 of 5
    Press get ready for the birth of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's Baby outside The Lindo wing, St Mary's Hospital in London

    A shot of the The Lindo Wing at the St Mary's Hospital in London where Kate Middleton will be giving birth.

  • Police 5 of 5
    Press get ready for the birth of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's Baby outside The Lindo wing, St Mary's Hospital in London

    The police are already stationed outside to keep chaos at a minimum.

Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News

 

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