Duchess Kate & William check into St. Mary’s in London, she’s in labor right now

Thank God! After weeks of Waitying, Duchess Kate and Prince William finally checked into St. Mary’s Hospital very, very early this morning in London. The Palace has confirmed that Kate is checked in, and people are saying it’s “a matter of hours” until HRH Baby Crumpets makes his or her way into the world. It could be happening RIGHT NOW.

It’s only a matter of hours now! Kate has entered the hospital to have her baby.

“Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted this morning to St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London in the early stages of labour,” reads an official statement from Kensington Palace. “The Duchess traveled by car from Kensington Palace to the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital with The Duke of Cambridge.”

With Prince William by her side, Kate was already in labor when she was admitted to the hospital just before 6 a.m. in London. The palace has also said her labor is progressing normally.

Shortly after they arrived, a loud clap of thunder was heard over west London.

Since her last official appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during a June 15 ceremony, Kate, 31, has been “winding down,” as a royal source put it. William, also 31, has been on leave from his job as a Royal Air Force helicopter search and rescue pilot.

She’s been seen browsing antique stores, quietly nesting at home, visiting her parents in Bucklebury, about 55 miles west of London, and conserving her energy. “She’s been looking after herself – she just needs to make sure she’s okay,” a friend tells PEOPLE.

On Saturday, PEOPLE confirmed she and William were at home in Kensington Palace, waiting out the final hours of her pregnancy.

The statement announcing her hospital arrival was the first that Palace officials said they would provide. Once the baby is born, a notice will be posted on a wooden easel just inside Buckingham Palace railings, followed moments later by an electronic message to the media and the world.

Kate is being attended by a team headed by the calm and experienced hands of royal gynecologist Marcus Setchell, 69, and Alan Farthing. There are also thought to be some anesthetists, midwives and nurses attending to Kate.

As for William and Kate, “They are terrifically excited,” the friend tells PEOPLE.

[From People]

People are optimistic that we will have news today about the baby, and that this will be the heir’s birthday – July 22nd! Does that date have any significance in Britain? We’ll see. People are not optimistic, however, that we will be getting a name for Baby Crumpets any time soon. It’s quite common amongst royals to wait a week or longer to announce a name, so we’ve probably got another week of calling the kid “Baby Crumpets”. Anyway, good luck Kate! Stiff upper lip and all of that, but feel free to yell and do whatever you need to do!

Photos courtesy of WENN.

 

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  1. Tony says:

    Who cares?

    They’re all pretentious snobs with no talent.

  2. Elle says:

    Yay! I just want to know if it’s a boy or girl!

  3. Maria says:

    DoC will experience something new: sweat and hard work. No one else can do this work for her.

    • Birdix says:

      Unless she has a c section

      • tracking says:

        Labor’s no picnic, but I wouldn’t wish a csection on anyone. It’s major surgery and can be a difficult recovery.

      • CC says:

        Plus it leaves a scar, no matter how well it goes. I don’t get c-sections unless for medical reasons.

      • Merritt says:

        Why do people think C-Sections are a cake walk? It is major surgery. Maternal death is higher with C-sections. And a woman is a greater risk of infection.

        I have a friend who had to have one with each pregnancy. It left her heavily scarred both internally and externally. The internal scarring was so bad that after her final pregnancy, the Ob/gyn, had to stress how dangerous to my friend’s health it would be if she were to become pregnant again.

      • Idreaminprincess says:

        You don’t think a C-section is work? Wow! I had a C-section and the complications from it were terrible. Not to mention the pain that lasts for weeks. Try walking or going to the bathroom when your abdominal muscles are cut. Try sneezing, coughing or even laughing. I would have rather had a vaginal delivery. I think most C-section women would agree with me.

      • Florc says:

        Last time. C-sections are not what they were. The scaring is beyond minimal now with the expensive plastic surgeons and the recovery is minimal. Also, Kate will never lift a finger since the baby already has an extensive staff just for them.
        The abdominal muscles are no longer cut in a c-section. They can now be pulled to the side. What you ladies know or experienced is not how they do it now. Medical procedures are always evolving. If she had one she would have the time and care to recover in record time. She’s not “just like us”. She has top notch care and enough help to never lift a finger.

      • Ktx says:

        I haven’t had a child yet, but my friends are starting to, and my husband and I are trying, so this is something I think about. Some of my friends have had C-sections; some haven’t. One thing that disturbs me on this site (and I’ve read about it on numerous posts about Kate and her pregnancy) is this subtle or outright explicit criticism of women who’ve had c-sections. It’s like people are implying that they are “lesser” mothers who cheated their way out of having to give birth the “natural” or “real” way. This “too posh to push” thing is so anti-woman. And FLORC, I keep reading your comments about how easy and relatively painless c-sections are now. Have you had one? The other day, some lady on this site wrote about how her niece very recently inexplicably died while having one. I sure wouldn’t want one. But that’s not the point. The point is, a woman’s body is her choice. Let’s stop judging each other about how we handle our bodies.

      • Merritt says:

        @Florc

        I think most people are aware that surgery evolves over time. A c-section is still considered a major surgery with serious risks and complications. Oversimplifying it, is dangerous. I also feel it is cruel to put down those who have had c-sections as somehow lazy.

        http://my.clevelandclinic.org/services/cesarean-section/hic-cesarean-birth-c-section.aspx

      • Florc says:

        Merritt
        This siteis littered with people who will outright put others down for their appearances and personal choices. Please don’t loop me in with that crowd.
        I’m only stating that if she has one it’s not as traumatic on the body as it us to be.
        C-sections are very useful and at times life saving. I’m not against them or a personal choice for women to opt for them. However, I have seen many women schedule c-sections for the folliing reasons…
        To have their child born on a specific day.
        To now have the skull misshapen through the birth canal.
        To keep their vagina from stretching out.
        Do I agree with these reasons and think they’re vain? Yes, I do. Do I think they’re doing it because they’re “too posh to push?”. Yea, sometimes I do. Do I think it’s my place to tell them they can’t? No.

        All I am saying here is Kate might opt for a c-section when it’s not medically necessary and if she does not only will her recovery be fast since she won’t have to focus on going back to work or caring for a newborn like other women do, but she will have the best of the best in her medical team. The scar will be non-existent and the recovery will be fast.

        As far as over simplifying the procedure. I’m more getting to the jist for time purposes. I’m not going to type out the whole thing in 1 comment. Many women here are not informed. Many lack the facts. I’m just bringing it to attention.

      • Marigold says:

        @Florc, have you had a c-section? My guess is no. Are you an obstetrician? My guess, again, is no. Regardless of whether there is scarring, it’s still major surgery. Whether they cut through the abdominal muscles or not, it’s still major surgery. With all the help she’ll have, she can’t get anyone to cough for her, to laugh for her, to push out poop for her (that’s right-it’s probably one of the hardest things to do post c-section) and I’m guessing she won’t allow any staff to deal with her vaginal bleeding, which happens regardless of how the baby comes out. Complications cannot be avoided just because you are wealthy and have help. Incision pain cannot be avoided because you are a duchess and have nannies. Medical advancement cannot erase the difficulties of c-sections. Stop schooling people on something it seems you have no knowledge of. Also, how old are you assuming all the commenters are? People say their c-sections were unpleasant and you’re claiming their kind of c-section is no longer practiced. How would you know? The woman who commented above and said it was unpleasant had a section only 2 months ago. Is her experience wrong?

      • bluhare says:

        FLORC is a nurse. She’s said so many times. She’s entitled to an opinion, and hers might even be on the informed side.

        That being said, I don’t care how Kate gets the baby out, nor do I care how anyone else gets theirs out. Your body, your prerogative.

      • Florc says:

        Thanks Bluhare :)
        Marigold
        I’m sorry to hear your friend had a hard time. As i’ve said a million times, C-sections have their place and is a lifesaving procedure. I stated first hand knowledge of the women i’ve seen that abuse this major surgery for vain and elective reasons. I never said it was as easy enough to be an hour or 2 and you walk out of the hospital. I don’t begrudge Kate her staff, money, and all that brings her in terms of health care perks. I’ve never said this baby shouldn’t deserve the best possible start in life. I never said the staff will change Kate’s pads and wipe her bottom while she recuperates. I did say it will be easier for her than others. She will have the best of the best. Sadly money does make a huge difference in the quality of medical care a person receives.

        I’m speaking about facts and never once claimed I know what it feels like to have a c-section. I have my masters and work in both a large hospital and the women’s health care facility within it’s walls.
        As Bluhare said. I am entitled to my opinion. My opinion is that Kate will have top notch care that is not available to many other people. She will have an easier time in recovery with less stressors in her life and so much expert help to care for her and her child. She will not worry about vacation time, paying bills, or getting back to work. Those are major stressors that hinder other new mom’s. I’m only stating it because stress will inhibit recovery.

        So please don’t attack me as a person because you don’t like what I have to say. I’ve said it before, but 1 last time just for you. I wish her a speedy labor, healthy baby, no postpartum depression and quick physical recovery.

      • Bridget says:

        @Florc, I think part of the miscommunication stems from the fact that as a healthcare provider, your job is to make sure that a patient gets the best possoble care whatever their choice is, and that it is not at all your place to judge that choice. Which is absolutely how it should be. And I think the frustration comes from the fact that because C sections have indeed become safer and easier, there’s an attitude among many that its the best decision, where data has shown that an elective C section (as in, with no medical need) increases many risk factors for the mom and the baby, including many postpartum issues. Just because we can doesn’t mean that we should, and I think there are a lot of perceptions about childbirth that arent necessarily in line with reality (especially with regarfs to C Section vs vaginal) and I think its a good thing to discuss.

      • Florc says:

        Bridget
        I get what you’re saying and for the most part agree absolutely. Where I pull away is my job is to give the best possible care. I wish it was that simple. My job is to follow orders and procedures to care for someone. If they’re to be sent on their way with a band aid while everyone knows they should have x-rays, but are not covered and pay out of pocket I have to send them on their way. The best possible care is for those that have insurance/can afford it.
        Also, It is not my place to let my personal feelings hinder my care for others, but I can still have those feelings and vent on this site. They do not interfere with the level of care I give and if I feel it does I remove myself from the situation.

        I only wanted to state how C-sections have improved, that medical care has improved greatly in regards to that procedure and the techniques are different. Also, how women choose to have the procedure for reasons not medically necessary.

        With that said I agree with the rest of your comment. This should be discussed and both sides of the argument should be open minded to both ways of birthing. C-sections are safer as you said and should not be abused. That doesn’t keep women from doing it. Complications be damned.

        I appreciate your level minded thoughts on this and enjoyed you comment greatly.

    • Pinky says:

      Unless it’s a C-section. . . .

  4. chibichichai says:

    I say we still call the new heir baby crumpets even after we get the name

  5. GiGi says:

    I knew it would be the full moon, lol! Best of luck :)

  6. Sloane Wyatt says:

    Good Luck, Crumpet Mom!

    • Jane says:

      I was going to say the same thing. I hope everything goes well for her. I DO love Baby Crumpet…very cute for now.

    • Turtle Dove says:

      No kidding. This felt like a two year gestation period.

      Am I the only one who is cynical and wonders if there’s a connection between the topless scandal and the early pregnancy announcement (or are we over having a discussion about that now)?

      Anyway…. best of luck on the delivery.

      • Thinker says:

        Turtle Dove! I agree, and I’ve been saying that same thing since Carole spilled the Leo due date.

        I’m beginning to wonder whether IVF was involved, simply because the timing of her conception was so perfect and so precise. Stress doesn’t usually help with fertility. Yet, Kate managed to become pregnant immediately following the topless scandal, which was supposedly a very stressful time for her. I cannot help but think it wasn’t just careful family planning, but rather a calculated strategy to distract from the negative coverage she and William were receiving. The December 3 announcement was unfathomably early. She couldn’t have been more than 4 or 5 weeks along. At the very least, the early announcement was intended to change the press’s Cambridge narrative from negative to positive.

      • Turtle Dove says:

        @ Thinker:

        Interesting. I never thought of that.

        To quote Lainey, it’s like a motherhood whitewash. Giving birth erases all the scandal.

      • Florc says:

        Thinker
        During the time of bailing on the paralympic commitments and trying to conceive. Some of the photos posted for all over 36 hours and then removed during boob-gate were of Kate allegedly smoking ciggies. She’s had a habit for years with her mother and sister. I wish the pics were still up! That would be the timeline of her conceiving as well. Smoking and fertility medication is a bad combo and bad for a fetus. This still makes me wonder if she did choose IVF. It would make her gain weight and the cigs would decrease that. Carole is very much suspect #1 for the tabloid leak.

        The announcement so early was risky. Kate could have miscarried. And as sad as it is to think that it still would have brought sympathy.
        With all of that said. I agree. The baby came post Diamond jubilee and enough time to take Kate off duties.

        Though I’m sketched out about how this defused several PR bombs I’m glad the pregnancy went off fine and the baby boy is healthy. I may not be pleased with the level of Kate’s apathy for her position, The level of Carole’s need for social elevation, and the resistance that William has for his great position in life, but I am glad a baby is healthy and hope they’re brought up properly with social responsibility,empathy
        for those less fortunate, and wise enough to know they have the power to change the quality of life for othersy.

  7. Sachi says:

    Hoping for a safe delivery both for Kate and the baby!

    • LAK says:

      Guess who had inside scoop…..complete with arrival details ie what sort of car they were in and who accompanied them….

      • Sachi says:

        Tanna is not holding back, LAK! This is the time for him to brag about his connection to the Midds! It’s really so obvious at this point that he is their go-to pap. He’s probably gonna make a boatload of money out of those photos he says he has of Kate’s last days of pregnancy.

        I wonder if William knows about him considering how quick he is to complain about ‘invasion of privacy’ by the press?

        And will the baby arrive before the Queen goes on holiday? :D

      • LAK says:

        Sachi – I have been reading his twitter feed for past week. No point getting information anywhere else.

        Amusingly, all the other reporters are re-tweeting his twits too, so they are all watching his twitter feed too.

        MinnFinn – https://twitter.com/IkonPictures

      • MinnFinn says:

        LAK, thanks a bunch for the link.

        I used to need more convincing that Mr. Tanna (can never remember his first name)had an inside source.

        Not true any more. I am officially, without a doubt convinced.

      • Elise says:

        But Tanna’s wrong about Royal Berkshire Hospital, isn’t he? I’m sure William knows about Tanna, but the question is, what he is going to do about it. There was an article by Tina Brown (“Newsweek” editor) before their engagement 3 years ago that brought this particular topic up, but I’m not sure if many paid particular attention to it.

        Anyway, I hope all goes well for Catherine and the baby. I think the first baby (being nullipara) is not always the easiest, and we may be waiting for a while.

      • LAK says:

        Elise – Tanna has twitted several things about this pregnancy out of which only one didn’t come to pass.

        Regarding the Tina Brown article, it’s true that he was sued by The Middletons over the tennis pictures, but only at William’s insistence, which left him nearly bankrupted and very bitter and for a while threatened to spill the beans about the Middletons. Mysteriously AKA no one can truly prove the story though rumours abound, the Middletons brought him back into the fold, and he is their exclusive pap. All pap pics of the Middletons since that court case have been a Tanna exclusive via his Ikon pictures agency, plus he twits cryptic information about them or their plans which more often than not turns out to be accurate. This has been going on for years.

        The only thing he has twitted that didn’t come to pass was the Berkshire hospital, and yet once again, he is the first with information about the exact vehicle description they are in, who is travelling with them and which entrance was used with regards St Mary’s.

        He is either everywhere at once, or someone on the inside is providing him with specific information. I don’t think it’s William.

        ps:- on his twitter feed last week, there is a twit from a reputable Journalist telling him that it is his fault they have switched to camping outside the Berkshire hospital. That in itself shows how much Tanna’s information [right or wrong] is valued.

      • bluhare says:

        (Wearing my tinfoil hat, tastefully adorned with a yellow feather for now, with blue or pink feather in reserve . . . . )

        Here’s my non professional, yet very thought out, conspiracy theory. I think Kate wanted mummy in the delivery room with her, and I think they had worked out to have the baby in Reading, with Kate moving to Bucklebury after baby. I now think the Queen’s had enough of all this, and as such, the baby is now being born in London, Carole’s not in the delivery room, the Queen will be first person outside the room to be informed, and now they’re talking that Carole will be moving into KP rather than Kate going to her.

      • Florc says:

        Ooooo! Tin Foil Hat Time!!!
        Bluhare, I read… somewhere… That William gave the ok that Carole and Pippa could both be in the room with Kate. I have no idea how big this room is, but i’d imagine it’s a birthing suite to rival Bey’s for Blue Ivy. With the change from Kate being at her parent’s until labor begins and not going to their hospital and William sweeping in to bring Kate to KP seems like someone told him to pay attention to his pregnant wife. I’m still going with Kate staying at KP with William and not living for 4 months at her parent’s. That’s just bad PR for Kate to move back in with her mother and to continue not living with her husband.
        If Carole does move into KP who will pay for her home’s security upgrades then?

      • LAK says:

        Bluhare/FLORC – i like this tin hat conspiracy.

      • bluhare says:

        LAK/FLORC: I’ve now got my blue feather jauntily attached to my tinfoil hat, which is now beginning to look a bit crumpled. Sad, really.

        Anyhow, FLORC, Carole doesn’t care any more as the security upgrades have already been done!

      • Elise says:

        LAK, I have no doubt someone is feeding Tanna information, either that or he has ESP or psychic. As you mentioned, we are not sure of the accuracy of that Tina Brown article, but I remember reading that article and found it interesting. I’m confused why William does not see (or maybe ignores/refuses to see) any of this, though, when he hates the paparazzi and is pretty private. The Middletons are described as “discrete” and “have never set a wrong foot forward,” but that is not entirely unquestionable.

      • Florc says:

        Bluhare
        Kitten Mittens filled me in on the whole thing ages ago. I had no idea it was done! It was to be the windows, doors, property borders, and kitchen. If this was all done at tax payers expense It’s wasteful. Now all that’s left is for Carole to make that baby boy love her endlessly and shower them with gifts!!! Then they will grow to embrace their mother’s side of the family when they take their throne and give them all titles! Carole’s long con will pay off then! I can here her go MWahahahaha!!! Or does my tin foil hat need adjusting??

  8. JenD says:

    If it’s the early stages of labor, it could take all day and into the evening to have baby crumpets (love that nickname!).

    I wish them well. Having a baby is exciting!

  9. Xantha says:

    She’s in labor now but it might take time for the baby to be born. It took my mom four days to give birth to me. I was a procrastinator even before I was born.

    I think this kid will also take its time.

  10. booboobird says:

    imagine the pressure (figurative and literal)?! i’d never want to be that famous. just let me birth at my own pace.
    hope all goes well and baby crumpets is born very soon!

    • Esmom says:

      Yes, the pressure is what I was thinking, too. Producing an heir and a spare is basically the only “work” she is required to do…so I’m sure she’s feeling like she’d better get it right. As if she has any control over the matter. :)

  11. Scal says:

    We had been waiting for this flower to bloom in DC that only blooms once every decade. We were joking that Middleton’s birth and it were related cosmically.

    She went into labor 2 hours after it bloomed. We’re all laughing hysterically at my office about it this morning.

    Good luck Duchess.

  12. roz says:

    Can all the people who said they lied about her due date just for drama and the lulz shut up now? I was 10 days late and my mom was in labor for more than a day and a half before they opted for a csection. I’ve made up for this by being habitually early wherever I go :D hope the birth goes well and Baby Crumpets makes a safe entrance into the world!

    • CJW says:

      Thank you. The tin foil hat folks with their celebrity conspiracy theories need to move it on over to the Alex Jones site.

    • Justme says:

      +1 for that remark. Also the people who said she was really planning to have the baby in Berkshire (to say nothing of the ones who think she is using a surrogate – but they will not believe she is really in labor anyway!)

    • NYC_girl says:

      I was two weeks early. Was supposed to be born on my grandmother’s birthday but instead chose my mother’s! Doctor had to pull me out with forceps though, I didn’t want to leave. That’s where I get my stubbornness from…? I don’t envy Kate’s marriage or lifestyle (even though she doesn’t have to worry about paying the mortgage or electric bill) but I hope she and baby are OK.

  13. Sarah says:

    Woohoo! I felt good about the 22nd. I still say boy, but I’ve been wrong about 100% of my friends’ babies in the last few years. To the haters: grow up and take your negativity somewhere else.

  14. DanaG says:

    Sounds like Baby Crumpets could still be awhile. First babies always take a long time. I don’t think they would let any women go four days. I hope it’s a girl and they call her Charlotte.

  15. Annabelle says:

    Baby Crumpets, so cute! Here’s hoping Prince George or Princess Alexandra (my bets, anyway) makes his/her debut soon.

  16. Ghoulish_moose says:

    I think it’s a boy =)

    I also had an inkling that she’d go into labour in the early hours. My midwife told me that when labour starts naturally, it’s usually in the very early hours of the morning. Mine started at 3:45am on the Thursday, and my baby was born 3:30am on the Friday. So just shy of 24hrs start to finish =)

  17. PinkParasols says:

    I hope this kid has blazing red hair like Harry. Then people will think…and I will enjoy…

    Yes, I have no life right now.

  18. minime says:

    I read in some newspaper that they are actually changing the royal habit of waiting for weeks or months till releasing the name and that instead they will announce it right away…it was a serious newspaper so I wonder… In line with the pizza betting up-thread I say that it’s a girl and that at least one of the 20 names will be Diana and other will be the same as Kate’s mom. She might be “the Waity” but she didn’t wait for nothing ;)

  19. Gabrielle says:

    How come nobody got a pic of her going into the hospital.

  20. dorothy says:

    I’m excited. This is such a nice change from the hospital run of Kardashian where Kris told about not having any underwear on , etc…. Class, you either have it or you don’t.

  21. MinnFinn says:

    Anyone have any **new** theories for the reason(s) for Kate’s month long pre-maternity leave?

    The only thing I can come up with is vanity and work-shyness.

    • MissMary says:

      Might be family pressure, too. She’s carrying a future heir to the throne so maybe it’s a ‘No, you just sit yourself here and wait it out now’ to be safe.

      I know, though, that in my last month of being pregnant, I wanted to just say eff everything and nap all the time so she might just be super tired and ready to get this over with so she took a lot of time off.

  22. Tulip says:

    Good luck Kate! Safe delivery and healthy mom and baby wishes to you!

  23. janie says:

    Yeah! I hope all goes well for all 3! They are like everyone else.. excited over the birth of their first baby.

  24. Bodhi says:

    I just she & Wills have a few days to be with the baby before the international onslaught begins

  25. cyn says:

    With media camped outside and around the hospital grounds for days, you’d think they’d clue in to the possibility she would go through a back entrance and get a shot of her… Duh.

  26. dawn says:

    William looks about 45 in that first photo. Scratch that, I’m 45 and I look younger than that.

  27. Feebee says:

    I hope it takes a while, I (don’t) have money on the 23rd. I hope she stays in hospital for more than one night just because it’s amusing watching the news shows going nuts waiting.

  28. princesslizabeth says:

    Good luck to the Cambridge family! Eagerly awaiting a Princess!

  29. MissMary says:

    In Real Life (TM), I work with women in labor and am a childbirth professional… If she’s just in prodromal labor, it could be days yet. Most people, thanks to media hype about “OMG LABOR! HOSPITAL NOW!” rush to the hospital at the first contraction when, in fact, it can be a very long time before true, active labor. I’m quite willing to be she’s just in prodromal and it’ll be a very long wait (seems to be a theme with her) but, unlike the rest of us womenfolks, they won’t send her home to labor on her own until things get going but keep her. And of course the story will be “Omg, Princess Kate labored for THREE DAYS!” when, in fact, most of it was prodromal (in a no-doubt excessively posh and private suite).

  30. Apples says:

    I have money on the 23rd and it being a princess in my office pool.
    So, hope she’s still in prodromal phase most of today :)

  31. Sarah says:

    Kim Kardashian missed her window when people might have cared about seeing North’s pictures.

    • Jen says:

      Probably. But if she goes for this weeks tabloids, she would be sharing the spotlight, so who knows, she might have been waiting for this opportunity as the usual deadline for covers is tonight and if the royal heir is not here yet, she has the perfect opportunity.

      But of course, they might scrap covers for the royal birth announcement and do a cover picture next week like with them leaving the hospital, so Catherine would get two covers.

  32. Dibba says:

    I know some people are really into this. I am not.

  33. CarolinaBelle says:

    I tried not to care, but alas, I am excited for them. It is pretty cool that we get to “witness” history. Hoping it is a girl as England has had awesome queens. May the future regina be delivered swiftly and safely from Kate’s vagina.

  34. MsAubra says:

    A boy!!!

    Now Kris Jenner will suggestively “joke” that North West has a future hubby!

  35. CC says:

    Ew it’s a boy… well, the obligatory “as long as he’s/they’re healthy”

    Oh and at least “diana” and “carole” crap is out of the window