Meghan Markle could be giving birth at any moment as an ambulance was spotted parked outside Frogmore Cottage.
Despite Meghan’s exact due date not being known, a helicopter was also snapped in the skies above the royals’ cottage, fuelling speculation that Baby Sussex may be on his or her way.
The Daily Express also shared photos of where the ambulance was reportedly parked.
Despite the images doing the rounds online, the Telegraph‘s associate editor Camilla Tominey posted:
The rumours come as ITV royals editor Chris Ship revealed on “Good Morning Britain” Friday that Meghan’s due date was today.
He said, “We know the baby is due, in fact, I can tell you that the due date is pretty much today.
“Today, tomorrow, we really are in the realms of imminent arrival.
“Has it happened overnight? Well, put it this way, we haven’t been told that it’s happened overnight, but it’s definitely any day now.
“All we can say at the moment is that the birth is imminent, it is any day.”
It’s thought the duchess is planning a home birth but has released very little information other than previously telling fans that the little one was due to arrive in late April or early May.
Harry and Meghan recently said in a statement that they would be spending some quality time alone with their newborn before letting the world know.
They shared, “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very grateful for the goodwill they have received from people throughout the United Kingdom and around the world as they prepare to welcome their baby.
“Their Royal Highnesses have taken a personal decision to keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private. The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family.”
Amid speculation that the royal baby’s birth is imminent, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex posted to their official Instagram account on Friday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth.
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Today marks the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth – a family of 53 countries working together to promote democracy, protect human rights, regenerate the environment, and focus not on what makes us different – but rather what we have in ‘common.’ What unites us versus what divides us. Representing nearly one third of the world’s population, 60% of whom are under the age of 30, the Commonwealth also serves as a champion for youth empowerment, which is a key focus of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Her Majesty The Queen serves as patron of the @queens_commonwealth_trust, which Their Royal Highnesses proudly serve as President and Vice-President of. The Duke is also Commonwealth Youth Ambassador. Through The Duke and Duchess’ Commonwealth travels, they have worked with and supported young leaders on mobilizing youth engagement, and working towards a more unified future that spearheads progress, sustainability, optimism, and taking action. With that said, Mozambique, a member state of the Commonwealth, is currently enduring Cyclone Kenneth, the most destructive natural disaster the northern coast has ever experienced. On the heels of Cyclone Idai (where over 1000 people lost their lives) this cyclone will leave the people of Mozambique victim to catastrophic flooding, food insecurity, displacement, and obliteration of their homes and villages. If you’d like to help, please visit DEC.org.uk Photo credit: Chris Jackson & Samir Hussein