Reports that the pregnant Kate Middleton will give birth to the royal baby this summer via Caesarian section surfaced this week, but may be exaggerated.
The Duchess is open to having a C-section but is leaving all decisions about the logistics of her childbirth to the royal physicians overseeing her pregnancy.
So basically she's not diametrically opposed to having the procedure, but isn't booking the date either. In fact, she's willing to leave that call to others.
Royal correspondents say Kate Middleton won't even have - or want - the final say in whether she goes the natural childbirth or the painkiller route.
"She's taken advice from the royal doctors already," says a source.
Tradition will be changed in that Prince William will be in the delivery room to witness the birth of their child, and an announcement will come via Twitter.
What do you think they're having?