She traveled from Kensington Palace to St. Marys Hospital early this morning (July 22), and Kate Middleton was able to largely avoid being detected by the ravenous press.
The mother-to-be arrived at the London hospital around 5:30am and was taken into the buildings Lindo Wing through the Mary Stanford Wings entrance to limit the amount of press coverage and interference.
Dr. Marcus Setchell will deliver the royal baby along with a team that includes Dr. Alan Farthing and several other physicians.
Additionally, Will and Kates private secretaries Miguel Head and Rebecca Deacon are also in the house to see to each and every need of the parents-to-be.
Prince Charles told press hes excited about his grandchilds birth, but theres no news just yet. “Absolutely nothing at the moment. We”re waiting.”