Pregnant Kate Middleton may be due to give birth to the Royal baby any day now but it seems that husband Prince William is expected to participate in a charity polo match at Cirencester Polo Club in Gloucestershire just one day after the Duchess of Cambridge's due date.
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The charity match has been organized for two of Will’s and Kate’s favoured charities Centrepoint and Child Bereavement UK. Prince Harry is also expected to play alongside his brother in the tournament for his chosen charity, WellChild.
The Royal baby is of course meant to arrive on Saturday13 July which, if the rumors are correct suggests that Prince William will then go on to play in a charity polo match the very next day.
Understandably we doubt the reports are correct but with Buckingham Palace refraining from stating an actual due date, referring to ‘mid July’, this means that Prince William will of course carry on with his Royal duties right up until he last moment, when he will be airlifted to Kate’s side for the birth.
However in the past Kate Middleton has also reportedly told well-wishers that “babies have their own agenda”. But if Prince William does decide to play he will be over 94 miles away from the Duchess if she does go into labour and rushed to the private Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington where she is due to give birth.
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So, has the Duchess of Cambridge stated a doppelganger date just as Princess Diana did when she gave birth to Prince William in 1982?
We'll just have to wait and see…
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