UPDATE, July 23: Kate gave birth yesterday, July 22, and now multiples outlets are reporting that she and William may leave the hospital around 6 p.m. local time, or 1 p.m. ET. Keep your eye on the stream below, and you may catch a glimpse!
UPDATE, July 22: It's official! Buckingham Palace has alerted the media that pregnant Kate Middleton is in fact "in labour." Yes, it's true! The Royal Baby is finally on its way, so it might be a good time to start watching the live stream outside of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital. (And yep, that "live stream" is actually live now that we're hours or even minutes way.)
MORE: Click here for the latest news and developments on mom-to-be Kate Middleton and the Royal Baby!
ORIGINAL POST, July 19: With pregnant Kate Middleton giving birth any moment now, we want to bring you the news straight from the source! Below you'll find a live stream straight from the hospital. OK, it's not exactly "live" — right now, you'll just find a two-minute clip showing a general view of the Lindo Wing and the press congregated outside.
But once word drops that the royal baby is in inbound, this same video clip will be replaced by a live feed, so you can monitor the developments as they happen.
So as soon as you hear — or, you know, read on Wepaint.com — that Kate is in labor, check back right here to see where it's all going down!
Source: Press Association