Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge is awaiting the birth of her first child and it seems even ahead of the royal birth the presents have been pouring in with Asda supermarket the latest to award the royal mum to be a gift, reserving a mother and baby parking space at one of it's stores.
The shop in Llangefni, Anglesey near the couple's North Wales home has now printed a "HRH Reserved" in the space outside of their store, which also shows a mum dad and baby complete with crowns just in case the royal family weren't sure exactly which space was there's.
"The Duchess of Cambridge has graced the store with her regal presence several times before," said Asda Llangefni store manager Peter Ellis to The Express.
"We hope that the addition of her own parking space will entice her and her little Prince or Princess of Cambridge back to Asda.
"As Kate's often busy with official duties, customers that fancy their own bit of royal treatment can park their carriages there."
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It's just one day until Kate's reported due date, July 13, so she might be using that parking space soon than we think. Yesterday, Twitter rumours that the Duchess had gone into labour were proved false, with a spokesperson at Clarence House insisting news that Kate has gone into labour can be expected from them and them alone.
Until then baby fever has gripped the nation and it seems no-where more than Kate and Will's adopted home of Anglesey.
"The parking space is at the front of the store for the couple's convenience and even has a royal guard keeping an eye on it to make sure that no-one else parks there," a spokesperson from the company explained.
"It's created a lot of excitement amongst our customers who, like us are looking forward to the birth of the royal baby."