The Duchess of Cambridge and the wife of Prince William, Kate Middleton has gone in labour with her second royal baby and has been admitted to St. Mary’s hospital in London.

 Kensington Palace on Saturday confirmed the report on Twitter, saying “The Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to St Mary’s Hospital in London at 6 am and she is in the early stages of labour.”

“Dutchess travelled by car from Kensington Palace to St. Mary hospital along with the Duke of Cambridge,” Kensington Palace added.

When the second royal baby is born, the announcement will be posted on board close to the Buckingham Palace gates and the newborn baby will spend his or her first day inside Apartment 1a at Kensington Palace. 

The 33-year-old Duchess gave birth to her first baby, Prince George, in July 2013 and his birth was announced after several hours. 

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron wished Duchess of Cambridge for her second baby on Twitter, saying “My best wishes to the Duchess of Cambridge, who is having her second child today. The whole country will wish her well.”