While we were all selfishly hoping that Catherine would make one more public appearance before going on maternity leave, alas it was not meant to be. We love seeing Kate out and about, but she is rightfully taking these final weeks to relax and unwind with her family, and making any final preparations before the big day. I don’t know about you, but the anticipation is killing me! While we eagerly await the baby’s arrival, the WWKD team chose our top picks for girls and boys names. Which names do you like?
Last Week Update:
- June 16- She will forever be daddy’s little girl! As many people were celebrating Father’s Day last Sunday, Kate was no different than any other child. It was reported that she spent the day with her dad Michael Middleton, near her parent’s home in Bucklebury. The father/daughter duo spent quality time together lunching at a local restaurant and were even seen gassing up their car at a Petrol station. A young woman was elated when Kate asked her if she wanted to go ahead of her, but she politely declined. We love that she is so down to earth!
- June 19- The speculation has ended! On Wednesday, Clarence House released details on Kate’s birthing plan. As many suspected, Baby Cambridge will be born at St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, which is where both Princes William and Harry were born. The Duchess has chosen a natural delivery and will be giving birth in the private Lindo Wing of the hospital. While many people were convinced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge knew the sex of their child, it has been confirmed by an aide that they in fact do not know whether it is a boy or girl. The unknown certainly adds an element of excitement to the birth, but boy or girl, a healthy child is all that is desired.
- Will we still be on Royal Baby watch?! Check back here to find out!
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