Royal Baby Watch: Live Video Stream

Kate Middleton was admitted early Monday morning to St. Mary’s Hospital in London, and the world is (im)patiently waiting for the new prince or princess to arrive. Stay updated with’s Royal Baby Watch live video stream!

The video stream is presented thanks to our friends at the UK-based Press Association. Prince Harry and Kate’s relatives are expected to make an appearance. Once we know Kate has given birth, we will be streaming 10 minutes before the “White Announcement Envelope,” in which the details of the baby’s birth are presented outside the hospital and put in the car to be taken to Buckingham Palace.

From there, we will be live streaming during core times until we’re given five minutes’ notice of the couple’s departure with the baby. William and Kate will make an official presentation of the baby, but–fair warning!–you might not see the baby’s face.

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