The due date for Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal baby is Saturday, July 13, right in the middle of the queen's 60th Coronation Festival, a source told the Daily Mail.
"Some of Kate and William's closest pals were at a barbecue
hosted by a family friend of the Royals recently," an anonymous friend told the Mail. "They were all discussing the fact that Kate’s baby is due to be born on July 13. Everyone was very excited."
The due date falls in the middle of the four-day celebration of the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. The festival will run July 11 to 14.
Urgent: Is Obamacare Hurting Your Wallet? Vote in Poll
Speculation swirled in March that Middleton was pregnant with a girl
after she had a slip-of-the-tongue at an appearance in Grimsby. The Duchess was heard almost saying "daughter" as she thanked a woman for a teddy bear gift.
"Thank you I will take that for my d…for my baby," Middleton reportedly told the woman according to witness, 67-year-old Grimsby resident, Sandra Cook.
"When she shook hands with me I said, 'You nearly slipped up there, you were going to say daughter, weren't you?'" Cook told The Sun. She said Middleton replied stating the couple didn’t yet know the sex of the baby and were not planning on revealing the gender.
ALERT: Government ‘Blunder’ Spawns Massive Profit Opportunity
But the more recent rumors claim the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a boy this summer, and sources say it's uncle-to-be Prince Harry that's been spilling the news.
"Harry has been telling everyone Wills and Kate are having a boy
and how thrilled he is at the prospect of having a little nephew," a source told the Daily Mirror. "He said the whole family were excited about it. Apparently Kate has always wanted a boy."
Royal Baby: Pregnancy of Kate Middleton, Prince William Draws Cheers, Jeers Online
Kate Middleton Impersonator's Job Now Means Looking Pregnant
© 2016 Newsmax. All rights reserved.