The Duchess of Sussex can expect to spend around 12 to 18 hours in active labour, according to an antenatal expert.
The Duchess of Sussex is in labour, Buckingham Palace has announced.
Royal fans have been left pondering if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby is overdue after Harry postponed part of a visit to Holland.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have sent Princess Charlotte hugs and kisses on the royal youngster’s fourth birthday.
The Duke of Sussex is to make a two-day visit to Holland – which could come just days after his first child is born.
The Duchess of Sussex is looking set to have a May-born baby, unless her son or daughter arrives soon.
The Duchess of Sussex should stay as active as possible, and indulge in pampering and date nights as she waits to go into labour, a birthing expert suggested.
While the wait goes on for the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby, here are 10 facts about royal births:
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby could share its birthday with sports stars, actors and even foreign royalty if it is born in the coming days.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are celebrating their eighth wedding anniversary.
With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first born due any day, here’s an A to Z of the royal baby: