It's not just royal-watchers who are eagerly awaiting the birth of Prince William and Kate's first child -- the royals themselves are counting down, too.
While attending the Coronation Festival on the grounds of Buckingham Palace on Thursday, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, revealed she's "excited" for the big day to arrive.
"We are very excited," she said, according to The Huffington Post U.K. "Immensely looking forward to it and waiting for the phone call."
Her husband, Prince Charles, also commented on the impending arrival of his first grandchild. When shown a line of commemorative china marking the royal baby's birth, he remarked, "Well, it won't be long now."
They're not the only ones waiting. Photographers are staked outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's hospital in London, where Kate is expected to give birth to Baby Cambridge any day now.
The publicvia an announcement stating the baby's gender, weight and time of birth that will be placed on an easel behind the gates of Buckingham Palace. At the same time that bulletin is posted, the news will also be sent out electronically.