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Pictures: The wait for the royal baby

Journalists, TV crews and even members of the public are ready waiting outside St Mary's Hospital, and Buckingham Palace, in London for the news of the birth of the royal baby.
They've got step ladders at the ready so that they can get a good view and clocks so they know exactly what time the royal baby arrives!
Journalists and TV crews outside St Mary's hospital
It's not just journalists - well wishers from the public have come along for the wait too. Looks like this man has been waiting a long time!
Member of the public waiting outside the hospital
The crews want to make sure they have a good view of when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge come out and show their newborn baby to the public.
Journalists and TV crews outside St Mary's hospital
And it's not just TV crews from the UK, they've come from all around the world to cover the story.
Journalists and TV crews outside St Mary's hospital
Journalists and TV crews have been waiting outside St Mary's Hospital in London for days ready for the news of the birth of the royal baby. The wait for the baby will soon be over.
Journalists and TV crews outside St Mary's hospital
The Duchess of Cambridge has been taken to hospital to have her baby. She travelled by car in the early hours of Monday morning with her husband Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge.
Police outside the Lindo wing
People also congregated at Buckingham Palace, where the official announcement of the birth will be displayed on an easel in the forecourt.
Crowds outside Buckingham Palace
Teba Diatta made a special cake for the Duchess of Cambridge with a message written on it in icing.
woman with cake
Members of the public have already brought presents to give to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for when the baby is born.
Balloon arrives for the new baby