Signage for parking restrictions and crowd monitoring barricades have been put in place outside the hospital where Kate will give birth this month.
This is officially the first sign that the 36-year-old royal will welcome her third child very soon.
Before Prince George Princess Charlotte were born, the official “no parking” outside the t. Mary’s Hospital, in Paddington, West London went up more than two weeks before Kate went into labour.
Although the palace have only confirmed that the royal will give birth this month, and have not shared her exact due date, it is reportedly Monday April 23.
When Kate does welcome her third child with Prince William, the public will find out via a press release and Kensington Palace's official Twitter account.
Only the baby's gender, weight and time or birth will be revealed first. The next announcement will be when Kate and the baby will leave the hospital, before they pose for the famous photos with dad Prince William outside the Lindo Wing.
When the royal family heads home to Kensington Palace, the baby's name will be revealed.