Kate Middleton and Prince William now have a special page on the royal family website dedicated to their third child.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the royal family will use the newly-launched platform to keep fans in the loop about any developments with the new royal baby and his or her impending birth.
‘Updates will be posted on this page and on @KensingtonRoyal’s Twitter account as they become available,’ a statement on the page informs visitors.
A new section on the family’s official website, the page can be reached at royal.uk/baby.
At this stage it’s unclear how long the team working with Kate and 35-year-old Wills plan to maintain the page for.
While they may just use it to announce the news that Kate Middleton and Prince William have become parents again, we’re keeping our fingers crossed that it’ll be a longer-term project complete with adorable photos and information about the new little bundle of joy.
There are already pages dedicated to the couple’s four-year-old son Prince George and his little sister Princess Charlotte, 2.
Prince George and Prince Charlotte with their parents at last year’s Trooping The Colour celebrations
But despite the fact she’s rapidly nearing the end of her pregnancy, it seems as though the 36-year-old isn’t ready to step out of the limelight and put her feet up just yet.
Kate and William at the recent St.Patrick’s Day parade
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At the weekend, the mum-to-be showed off her blossoming bump as she braved the chill to attend the annual St Patrick’s Day parade at Cavalry Barracks in Hounslow, London.
Looking typically chic for the occasion with her hair twisted into a chignon, Kate wrapped up warm in an emerald green coat by Catherine Walker.
She teamed the elegant jacket with a Gina Foster fascinator, pair of black suede high heels and a cosy pair of gloves.