It has been revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have asked not to be told their baby's gender because they want it to be a surprise.
The royal households are putting the final touches to their plans for the birth of the royal baby next month, who will be third in line to the throne, whether a boy or a girl.
According to Fairfax, the couple are not having twins, as was previously speculated, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Barring a last-minute emergency, the baby will be born in the private Lindo Wing of the NHS hospital St Mary's in Paddington, west London, in mid-July.
William plans to be by his wife's side in the delivery room.
Both William and Harry were born in the Lindo Wing, as were other royals.