Ambulance rages among Kingdom fans after being spotted near the back entrance to Frogmore Cottage – the new home of the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex.
The disaster response vehicle was spotted by royal photographers in a parking lot near a villa in Windsor, where it reportedly remained hours away.
However, observers were left bitterly disappointed to learn that the ambulance was just parked in the area, so nurses could take some lunch.
A spokesperson for the ambulance service told about The mirror, the vehicle was the only training vehicle in the area to take a lunch from a farm store for students trained in the area.
The couple said they wanted to celebrate the birth of their first born in private before publishing photographs in the world. Very different from the past royal tradition of setting the steps of the hospital for a picture, just hours after the birth of the baby.
Because of Megan and Prince Harry, who decided to keep all details of the impending arrival tightly dressed, people were left to make assumptions about everything from the date of maturity to the hospital that would facilitate the birth.
There were reports that the 37-year-old may even decide on a domestic birth.
Earlier in her pregnancy, the former Star of Switz, told fans that she should be born in late April or early May. However, since Harry's appearance in the Anzac Day service in Westminster Abbey late last week, the Bulgarians have reduced the chances of a newborn being born the following month.
The Westminster Abbey is about an hour from Frogmore College – with the service also working for an hour, forcing many to believe that there are still no signs of a workforce.
Prince Harry attended the service with sister-in-law Kate Middleton, and both seemed extremely happy that they were there despite the rumors of a split between the two couples.
Waiting for any sign of Baby Sussex.