Jul 20, 2013 09:13 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert
Kate Middleton, who will soon be welcoming into the world her first prince or princess, has left her mother’s home and is headed for London. The royal couple, whose delivery date is past due, may be prepping Kate for labor.
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According to multiple news outlets’ reports, Kate MIddleton has left her mom’s house in Bucklebury. The beautiful duchess is headed for London, where Kate is expected to deliver her first child.
Kate, who is married to Prince William, the eldest child of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, was said to have a due date of July 13. But, a week after the child was due, Britain (and the rest of the world) is still waiting for the young royal to appear.
Things seemed to change on Friday, June 19, when Prince William and Kate abruptly left the Middleton’s family home around 3 p.m. A spokesman for the royal family issued the following statement:
"We wouldn't comment on the exact whereabouts of the Duke and Duchess – we wouldn't normally do so in their private time."
Due to the tight lipped response of their representative, it is unclear as to where the very pregnant princess is heading, as Us Weekly reports:
“Whether the Duchess, 31, is immediately headed for St. Mary's Hospital to give birth in the Lindo Wing-- or simply back home to Kensington Palace--remains to be seen.”
According to the same article, Prince William has yet to take paternity leave...this could be one clear indication that Kate is not in labor.
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