Kate, Wills And An Ambulance Spotted At Meghan's Place As Royal Baby Watch Intensifies
Royal Baby watch went into red alert when Prince William, Kate and an ambulance all reportedly visited parents-to-be Meghan and Harry's home within the space of a few days.
The Cambridges dropped by Frogmore Cottage -- Meghan and Harry's new home in Windsor -- for the first time on Sunday, April 21 royal reporter/guru Omid Scobie wrote in Harpers Bazaar.
As it happens, Kate and Wills were already in the Sussex's hood on the day. They, along with a solo Harry, had just attended an Easter church service at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle -- coincidentally where Megs and Haz tied the knot back in May 2018.
A 'close source' told the magazine that Kate and Wills popped 'round afterwards to say hi as Meghan was "unable to attend" the service.
"They wanted to be supportive and see how she is doing. It was a lovely afternoon," the source added.
The Cambridges aren't Meghan and Harry's only guests of late. The Duchess' mum, Doria Ragland, and her friend and makeup artist Daniel Martin are said to have also swung by.
The emergency vehicle sighting prompted many to assume that Baby Sussex was finally on his/her way and the Duchess was ready to be conveyed to nearby Frimley Park Hospital where she's rumoured to give birth.
Others saw the ambulance as confirmation that Meghan, like the Queen, had decided upon a home birth but again, that's just a rumour.
Well, it looks like we can all calm down as the whole ambulance/helicopter thing was just a false alarm.
The day before, Harry and his sis-in-law Kate teamed up again for an ANZAC Day service at Westminster Abbey in London seemingly quashing gossip that Baby Sussex's arrival was imminent -- or that the bub had already been born.
The Prince sure looked cool, calm and collected, and not at all like a nervous first-time-dad.
Still, that wasn't enough to satisfy conspiracy theorists who believe Meghan has given birth in secret.
Many cite the fact that the mum-to-be hasn't been seen in public since March 19, along with the lengths the couple has gone to keep things under wraps, as proof that the seventh-in-line to the British throne has arrived.
One thing we do know (almost) for sure is that unlike many royal babes before them Sussex Jr. won't be welcomed at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in London.
In mid-April Harry and Meghan announced their plans to celebrate their newborn "in private" leading many to assume that they've ditched the Lindo Wing and the traditional post-birth photocall on the front steps altogether.
What does this mean for us? Well, for now, we wait.
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