The world is anxiously awaiting the arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child. There are even royal baby super fans that are already camped out at St. Mary’s Hospital so they do not miss a glimpse of the new addition to the Royal family.
Terry Hutt is one super fan who has found his spot, which is opposite of the doors to the ultra-private Lindo Wing, where the Duchess of Cambridge will deliver the royal baby. He sat in the same spot when both Prince George and Princess Charlotte were born. Hutt is hoping Middleton can hold out until April 30th, when he will celebrate his 83th birthday.
“I’m hoping for birthday cake this year,” joked Hutt, as he revealed he has been at the hospital since April 9th.
John Loughrey sits alongside Hutt, with a sign asking Middleton to please not keep them waiting. He has thoughts on names for the royal baby. If it is a boy he likes the name Philip Michael in honor of Prince Philip and Michael Middleton, Kate’s father. Should the baby be a girl he likes Georgia, which is an honor for the Spencer side of William’s family, and Elizabeth in honor of the Queen. However, all he really cares about is a healthy baby.
“The most important thing is a healthy baby and a healthy mother,” he shared.
Hutt and Loughrey are not alone in their wait for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby to be born. Maria Scott and Amy Thompson are also there and will stay until the first public viewing of the royal baby is done.
“Once you’re in it, there’s no going back. I would kick myself if I go back home and she has it the next day,” Scott explained.
Rain or shine the group of Royal baby super fans, who are already waiting outside the hospital, will be there until the little one is born. When Princess Charlotte was born Hutt waited for over two weeks outside the hospital.
What do you think of these super fans? Would you wait outside the hospital for weeks just to get a glimpse of the new Royal baby?