Did the wait for Royal Baby number two just get a little bit longer? As the world anticipates the arrival of Kate Middleton and Prince William's second child, Us Weekly has learned that parking restrictions outside of the Duchess' hospital have been extended.
A Westminster Council spokesman tells Us that the parking restrictions outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London have been extended for five more days. As previously reported by Us, the signs for suspended parking went up on April 14, and were to remain in place through April 30.
With the latest adjustments, the restrictions will continue through next week.
Middleton, 33, who is currently six days past her due date, was spotted on Tuesday, April 28, taking the wiggly Prince George to swim lessons. An eyewitness told Us at the time that the Duchess herself drove the car to take her 21-month-old tot to his aquatic adventure.
That same day, the pregnant Duchess and her husband, 32, sent their appreciation to royal super fans camped outside of the Lindo Wing in the form of pastries and tea. The fans, awaiting the moment Middleton goes into labor, were decked out in head-to-toe Union Jack garb.
A palace aide told Us: "The Duke and Duchess saw reports of them camped out and wanted them to know they were thinking of them."
Meanwhile, one of the Brits camped out near the entrance told Us: "We couldn't believe it. One of the officers dropped it off and said it was from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It was a lovely gesture, smashing."
Wednesday marks the fourth wedding anniversary of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Stay with Us Weekly for all the latest updates on how they celebrated, plus more details on Royal Baby number two, including an exclusive livestream of the scene outside St. Mary's Hospital once the Duchess goes into labor, frequent updates from royal experts and Us staffers in London, the big baby reveal and much more!