Kensington Palace has confirmed that the Duchess Of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is due to give birth on April 2018. It will be the third baby of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The Palace released a statement through their official Twitter account on October 17 stating that Prince William and Kate Middleton are “delighted” to be expecting their third child in April 2018. The Royals’ office Kensington Palace released a short statement that the baby, who will be the fifth-in-line to the British throne, is due in April.

While the exact date of the baby’s arrival was not disclosed, there is a chance that the third royal baby will share a birthday with the Queen, who will celebrate her 92nd birthday on April 21.

There is also a chance that the birth of the baby will coincide with the Royal couple's anniversary on April 29 if the newest prince or princess arrives later in April.

The babies of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is now three months pregnant. It will be her third baby with the Duke, Prince William. The first and only son of Prince William And Kate Middleton is Prince George. He was born on July 22, 2013, and is now four years old. He is the third-in-line to the British throne. The adorable Prince of Cambridge is now attending primary school at Thomas Battersea School, a private school in Battersea, South London. It was revealed by the Duke of Cambridge that Prince George’s favorite movie is "Lion King" and he likes to play Lego and airplanes.

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The second child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is Princess Charlotte. She was born on May 2, 2015, and is now two years old. She is the fourth-in-line to the British throne. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, revealed that Princess Charlotte is now learning to dance and loves playing with dogs. Meanwhile, the gender of the third baby of the royal couple is not yet revealed but it will surely be adorable like Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Kate Middleton’s condition and schedules

On September 4, Kensington Palace announced the Duchess’ third pregnancy as Kate was suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum which causes severe morning sickness and dehydration. The Duchess was forced to pull out a number of engagements and even missed Prince George’s first day of school. Due to this, the Palace postponed some of the November schedules for the royal tour to Norway, Sweden, and Finland. The Palace rescheduled the royal tour with a two-day visit of Prince William alone in Finland in late November. Kate Middleton's heavy baby bump will surely be shown as she will visit Sweden and Norway together with Prince William in early 2018.