With just weeks left till the birth of the Royal baby, Kate Middleton and Prince William have revealed some plans for the royal birth.
Due in mid-July, Kate will be giving birth at St. Mary's hospital in West London and the public will be notified of the baby's arrival by an announcement signed by Kate's medical team on a wooden easel outside of Buckingham Palace.
Then an announcement will then go out on social media just in case people aren't waiting around outside the palace.
And then we'll get our first look at the royal bub on the steps of the hospital when the new family leave to start the next chapter in their lives.
Considering this is how Prince Wills was introduced to the world, we wouldn't expect anything else.
According to BBC News, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have "decided not to find out" their baby's sex.
The Queen, Prince Charles and the Middleton's will be the first to be told the sex of the baby.
Rumour has it Kate is opting for a natural birth so fingers crossed it all goes smoothly.
What do you think?
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