Reports state that Prince Harry’s pregnant wife, Duchess Meghan, could be giving birth at this very moment! An ambulance was spotted near their new residence.
The possibility is quite high since the Royal was expected to give birth in the Spring.
When it was revealed that Duchess Meghan was pregnant with her first child, Kensington Palace shared that she would be due in “Spring 2019.” That means her due date could be any time between late April and early May.
Duchess Meghan | Photo: Getty Images
An ambulance has been seen in Windsor, parked near Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s new home, Frogmore Cottage. Three paramedics were seen parked at the Windsor Farm shop just on the boundary of the Royal’s estate.
In the last 24 hours, a helicopter has also been just above the couple’s cottage. Some reports stated that Meghan had planned to give birth at home which would explain the presence of the ambulance.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan | Photo: Getty Images
Medical staff would be on standby to help if she ended up needing emergency assistance with the labor. During ITV's “Good Morning Britain” episode this morning, Royal editor Chris Ship added to the anticipation by saying the baby would arrive “imminently.”
He claimed: "The due date is pretty much today - today, tomorrow.” Ship added: “We really are in the realms of imminent arrival.”
However, he clarified: "We haven’t been told that it happened overnight but any day now.” Contradicting Ship slightly, "Telegraph" associate editor Camilla Tominey took to Twitter to refute the claims.
She revealed that the ambulance was just a "driver training vehicle picking up food for students while out and about all day, according to South Central Ambulance Service." The associate editor added: "Keep calm tweeps. It could be another few days yet.”
The palace hasn’t made an announcement yet, but Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry already revealed that they would keep the birth private, so no news could be released even if she does give birth. This month, Buckingham Palace released a statement confirming the planned secrecy.
They stated: "Their Royal Highnesses have taken a personal decision to keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private.” The palace added: “The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family."
Someone special who could miss the birth of the child is Harry’s older brother, Prince William. The Duke of Cambridge is visiting Auckland and Christchurch from April 25 to 26.
He went there to "pay tribute to those affected by the Christchurch mosques terrorist attack, and recognize the incredible empathy and unity displayed by the people of New Zealand," according to Kensington Palace.