And so the announcement of Baby Sussex - or lack there of - is going according to their anti-royal protocol plan.
As Meghan's late April due date approached, the mother and father-to-be made an official statement signifying that when they're ready to announce their little ones arrival, we'll know.
"The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family," read the Palace statement, meaning, it's likely the newest royal is snuggled up at Frogmore Cottage, and Harry and Meghan aren't ready to go public.
It’s also been revealed that The Queen, who recently visited her grandson and his wife at their new home, has cleared her schedule and will only carry out official engagements taking place in Windsor over the next seven days.
Harry and Meghan's sister-in-law Kate was also seen visiting their Windsor home.
Doria's dogs were recently spotted being taken for a walk by a dog-sitter in Los Angeles - indicating the yoga instructor is in the UK awaiting the arrival of her grandchild.
And finally, Prince Harry has announced a visit to the Netherlands for May 8 and 9, meaning his first child will absolutely have needed to be born well in advance of him leaving the country.
He will undertake an official engagement in Amsterdam before traveling to The Hague, where he will officially launch the one year countdown to the 2020 Invictus Games.
His father Prince Charles and wife Camilla have also penciled in a visit to Germany for May 7.
OK, guys. We're ready to meet your little one!
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