Duchess Kate and Prince William's extravagant birthing plan for baby No. 3 revealed

When it comes to the birth of a royal baby, only the best will do. So it's no surprise that Duchess Kate and Prince William's birthing plan for their third child is incredibly extravagant with "everything planned down to the tiniest detail," according to Us Weekly.

The 36-year-old Duchess of Cambridge is due any day now -- and the plan for what happens when she finally goes into labor has already been set in stone. For starters, Kate will stay at the uber-luxurious suite in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington, the same place where she gave birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The maternity room has been on lock-down since mid-March and will cost Kate and Wills around $9,650 a day.

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Recently, the railing outside the Lido Wing received a fresh coat of paint -- the entrance is where Britain's newest prince or princess will make their public debut -- hinting that baby No. 3 is due any day now!

When Kate goes into labor, she and William will make the mile-and-a-half drive from Kensington Palace to the hospital. And doctors and nurses will have to move quickly because the hospital will only get a "five minutes' notice before Kate's arrival."

The timeline is scheduled to be tight in order "to prevent anyone being tipped off that she’ll be leaving home," a source revealed to Us Weekly. "And because everything is organized so precisely, the hospital can handle such short notice."

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A newly formed Kensington Palace "baby team" has also been preparing for the baby's arrival. The team includes Kate's mom, Carole Middleton, and others closest to Kate. When Kate goes into labor, Carole will drive from her Bucklebury home to Kensington Palace where she will take care of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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The team "is dedicated to making sure everything is ready, from media plans to security to hospital arrangements."

Depending on how Kate feels after giving birth, she may even return home on the same day or the following morning with her new bundle of joy! The couple hasn't revealed the sex of their third child yet -- and for good reason! Royal tradition forbids royals to find out the sex of their child before birth.

Princess Diana did break the rules, finding out she was having sons before the births of William and Harry, but the news wasn't disclosed to the public until after their deliveries.

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