Camilla, who was attending the popular tourist town Bude with husband Prince Charles, spent time chatting with local residents, holidaymakers and then patients during a visit to a children’s hospice noted, "We don't know what's going to happen. We're all waiting at the end of a telephone.
"I hope by the end of the week he or she will be there."
However this contrasts recent news of which Kate’s mother Carole Middleton had stated that the Prince or Princess of Cambridge would actually be born a Leo birth sign meaning the Royal baby would arrive any day from Monday 22 July 2013, although the Duchess of Cambridge has in the past also commented that “babies have their own agenda”, and as this is Kate’s first child it may well be overdue.
Prince William is of course back by his wife’s side after playing in a charity polo match recently meaning that they both feel that the impending birth should happen any day now.
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