Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have insisted they don’t know the gender of their baby, and haven’t given anything away with regards to a name.
But Buckingham Palace may have already revealed their favourites and the baby’s gender – on the Royal Family’s own website.
It has been discovered a page on the website has been reserved for a “Prince Arthur”, “Prince James” and “Prince Alexander”.
When trying to access the pages www.royal.uk/prince-arthur, www.royal.uk/prince-james and www.royal.uk/prince-alexander, the site returns back to the main page.
But when visitors try to access pages for the other names rumoured for the new Prince or Princess, the website says “Page not found”.
The reserved pages may be the biggest hint yet of the baby’s name and gender.
The Duchess’ due date was revealed to be yesterday, according to the Sun, but the couple are said to be relaxed while awaiting the arrival.
Meghan has been staying close to home with her mum, Doria Ragland, by her side at Frogmore Cottage for more than a week.
A royal source told the Sun: “It won’t be long now. Meghan’s really excited. Of course she’s nervous like any first-time mum but she and Harry can’t wait.”
“She’s been preparing for the birth – she wants it to be as natural as possible – and so has been practising hypnobirthing and breathing techniques with Harry.
“It’s been a huge support having her mum by her side and now she’s just getting as much rest as she can.”
It comes as the royal baby was revealed to become a record breaker within the first six months of their life as one of the youngest royals ever to go on an official tour.
According to The Sunday Times, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “already planning their first overseas trip with their child: an official tour of Africa in the autumn”.
Daily Star Online has contacted the Palace for comment.