If you're anything like us, you're presumably getting a little anxious for Kate Middleton to give birth to her second child.
The Duchess of Cambridge is reportedly overdue, with the U.K.'s Telegraph reporting that the 33-year-old royal was expected to give birth on Thursday, April 23 (Middleton previously said she was due "mid to end" of April).
So, when can we expect royal baby No. 2 to arrive? According to the Telegraph, it's likely that Prince William's wife will be induced this week.
"The doctors don't normally wait for more than a week," a source whose children were born at the Lindo Wing (the hospital wing where Kate is expected to give birth) told the Telegraph. "They will probably already have been in touch with Kate and talked about which day would suit her best to go in and be induced if the baby doesn't arrive in the next couple of days."