The countdown for the birth of the third child of Prince William and his wife Kate has begun. The St. Mary’s Hospital in London, where Kate will give birth, took the first steps Monday morning.

 

Signs have been placed in front of the building with parking restrictions due to an ‘event’, Mirror reports . On the South Wharf Road it is forbidden to park between 9 and 30 April.

Also outside the so-called ‘Lindo’ wing, where media may be set up from 11 April, a parking ban is in force during that period. The first two children in the world have also entered this maternity ward.

It is expected that many people, including many press, will soon be gathering in front of the hospital to report the birth. On the street, fixed places are shown where the journalists, photographers and TV teams can stand.

The princess is calculated in April. The third child of William and Kate becomes the fifth in the throne. He or she comes after brother George (4) and sister Charlotte (2).