It's meant to be an exciting time for the whole family - especially the grandparents. But, in a move no one saw coming, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles look likely to miss out on the birth of Baby Sussex due to other commitments.
In news that will no doubt rub the Duchess of Sussex the wrong way, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will head to Germany on May 7, despite the fact Meghan is due to give birth to Charles' fourth grandchild any day now.
Their tour will go for four days and start in Berlin.
Clarence House announced the visit will “demonstrate the depth and breadth of the UK–Germany bilateral relationship and its enduring importance to both countries," as well as "highlight key themes in this relationship, as well as our shared history and cultural connections.”
Inside Prince Charles and Camilla's visit to Cuba
Last month, Camilla revealed she can't wait for baby Sussex to arrive while visitng Havana.
Asked by one American called Mimi Ricketts about the impending arrival, Camilla instantly smiled.
"I said 'Are you excited about the new baby about to arrive in your family?' and she said yes she was," Mimi told media shortly after their brief conversation.