While the world waits for the royal baby to arrive, dad-to-be Prince William has been keeping busy. The Duke of Cambridge joined his brother Prince Harry at a charity polo match in Cirencester, Gloucestershire on Sunday - while heavily pregnant wife Kate Middleton, who is due any day now (eek!) was thought to be 100 miles away at her parents.
But don't worry, Wills was totes prepared if K-Middy had gone into labour. The Prince had a car on standby at the match, with police ready and raring to escort him an escort to St Mary Hospital in Paddington where the Duchess of Cambridge is set to give birth.
After the match Wills and Haz chatted with locals and we reckon the Duke was getting in a few last minute parenting tips from a bloke and his young daughter. If this pic doesn't scream parental tuition then we don't know what does...
According to reports William was umming and ahhing about taking part in the match, with a Palace source allegedly spilling to The Mirror, "Initially his office said yes, then said no, and then confirmed that he would be playing.
"I think he was torn as, clearly, he wants to be with his wife at such an important time. But he was all too aware how much the event raises for charities he is passionate about."