Some suspicious fans seem to think so after discovering that if you go to the Royal Family website and add suspected names like "/prince-arthur" and "/prince-james" to the address bar, it redirects to the homepage. But according to Buckingham Palace, it's not a "leak," as some are calling it, or anything for fans to freak out over.
"A large number of search term redirects were set up some time ago on royal.uk," a spokeswoman for the palace tells ET. "This was in order to improve user experience."
Fans of the royal family have been glued to their phones for weeks now, patiently waiting for the announcement that Baby Sussex is here and passing the time by coming up with their own theories on the Duchess of Sussex's birth plan. It was reported earlier this year that Meghan was due late April to early May, and a source told ET on April 19 that the baby should be coming "any day" now.
Soon-to-be uncle Prince William was also asked about the new royal baby while shaking hands with fans during a recent visit to New Zealand.
"I haven't got my phone on me," he teased. "I have no idea! You guys will find out before I do at this rate!"