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#TheGreatKateWait: A Week Past Due And Who To Follow For Updates

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As Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrated their four year wedding anniversary on Wednesday, the couple are still awaiting the newest addition to the Royal family. Kate is officially a week past her due date and is likely not to give birth until the first days of May. And in other words, there have been UK citizens camped outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital for more than ten days.

Is there an end in sight for Kate? Well, she’s not in labor right now and just Tuesday, she was driving Prince George to his swim lessons. Prince William was spotted out earlier this week on royal duties – confirming his wife, 33, was not requiring any immediate bedside labor assistance.

Although there is significantly less hype than Prince George’s birth in July 2013, the fan support of the newest royal baby is not lost on Kate and William. A couple days ago, campers were treated to a breakfast by the expecting parents. “The Duke and Duchess saw reports of them camped out and wanted them to know they were thinking of them,” a palace aide revealed.

“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,” revealed a local Brit.

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Even though you’re not camped outside hospital, here are the Twitter accounts to follow for the most up-to-date information on Kate, William, George, and the baby-to-be:

The most official news you can get would be from the official British Monarchy Twitter. Follow the news about the royal family and their whereabouts at @BritishMonarchy.

A UK native herself, E! News’ senior correspondent Melanie Bromley has returned to London for the second time to cover the arrival of a little prince or princess. Follow her at @MelanieBromley.

Rhiannon Mills is a British Sky News Royal Correspondent who is on the hospital scene, keeping all fans up to date. Follow her at @SkyRhiannon.

All Royal coverage is reported by ABC News Royals. Follow them at @ABCRoyals.

MSN Royal Updates are also providing timely information. Follow them at @MSNRoyalNews.

Victoria Arbiter is a Royal commentator for CNN and CTVNews and contributes to Royal news on CBS. Follow her for updates at @victoriaarbiter.

Richard Palmer is a UK royal correspondent for the Daily Mail Express in London. Follow Richard at @RoyalReporter.

Project Britain is a resource for British culture and society. They are currently updating all royal baby news on their Twitter at @ProjectBritain.

Rebecca English is the Royal Correspondent for the Daily Mail newspaper in London. Follow her for updates at @RE_DailyMail.

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