Just when you thought the royal baby news had reached a peak, pregnant Pippa Middleton has sent us into overdrive.
According to reports, the heavily pregnant 35-year-old was spotted arriving with two overnight bags at the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in West London on Monday. Yes, that's the same place her sister Duchess Catherine gave birth.
This surely means only one thing - we've got another royal baby incoming!
This comes following the exciting announcement from the Palace last night telling eagerly awaiting royal fans that Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry are expecting their first child together.
Pippa, who is due this month, walked into the Lindo Wing with her husband, James Matthews who carried overnight bags, as seen in images obtained by The Daily Mail.
It was only a few days ago that the heavily pregnant mum-to-be was spotted at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding in Windsor, even after it was rumoured she would miss the ceremony because she was so close to her due date.
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Earlier in October, Pippa caused a frenzy among royal fans when she visited the Lindo Wing with her husband, however it soon became apparent she was only there for a visit, perhaps for a last-minute recce.
The maternity unit itself certainly doesn't come cheap - rooms start at around £5,900 per night (about $AUD10,780) and the maternity package includes afternoon tea, post-delivery massages and champagne.
At least it's nice to know Pippa and her new baby will be well looked after!
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While Pippa's new baby won't be a royal as such, it will certainly have blue-blooded first cousins: Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and six-month-old Prince Louis.
All three royal tykes were presented to the world on the steps of the very same maternity wing.
And the new additions for the Middleton clan don't end there; Pippa's brother-inlaw, Spencer Matthews and his wife Vogue Williams welcomed their son, Theodore Frederick Michael, last month.
Pippa has been vocal about her experience with pregnancy, sharing insight in her monthly column for Waitrose magazine.
As a fitness fanatic, Pippa discussed how she adjusted her routine to ensure she had a healthy pregnancy.
"I feel far from a ballerina, but I'm equally determined not to break into a penguin-style waddle and plod around with bad posture," she humorously wrote.
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