Kate Middleton's Reported Due Date Could Be Off by 10 Days: Find Out Why!

According to London's Telegraph, the family may be keeping the royal baby's real projected arrival date a secret

By Natalie Finn Jun 25, 2013 8:46 PMTags
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Kate Middleton may already be following in Princess Diana's footsteps when it comes to the birth of her first child.

While it's been announced that Prince William's wife will have their baby in the same hospital where he was born 31 years ago, there is now speculation that the royals purposely let the wrong due date be reported in order to keep the press at bay as the time approaches—just as Diana did with William!

At the moment, the given due date window is July 13-14. But according to London's Telegraph, the royal baby may actually be due 10 days earlier.

Meaning, the wee prince or princess could be arriving in eight days! Huzzah!

Diana told the press back in 1982 that William was supposed to be born on her birthday, July 1. He popped out 10 days beforehand, however, on June 21.

Kate told reporters in Glasgow about her due date back in April, "It's around mid-July, but babies have their own agenda."

As might expectant parents who want to hold off the press for as long as it's humanly possible.