During a visit to a Quarriers homeless shelter in the city centre, Kate Middleton spoke to the charity's project manager, Rachel Sawyer confirming that the royal baby's due date is mid-July.
In response to questions about the royal baby, the Duchess of Cambridge replied, "It's around mid-July but apparently babies have their own agenda..."
What exactly does that mean?
"We have a shortlist for both [boys and girls names] but it's very difficult."
Kate went for another gorgeously simple, yet elegant ensemble as the expectant parents toured the facility, which will play host to events in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014.
Kate and William, who are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, have a busy day ahead: after their Emirates visit they will go to the Quarriers Stopover project, which helps young single homeless people between the ages of 16-25.
The visit will be marked by a fly-past of three Typhoons from RAF Leuchars, a base close to St Andrews University, where William and Kate first met as students.
They both graduated in 2005 with a 2:1. William has a degree in geography while Kate graduated in history of art.