The royal baby countdown continues as Meghan passes her due date

ABC News' Amy Robach with the latest on the royal baby watch.
1:57 | 05/01/19

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Transcript for The royal baby countdown continues as Meghan passes her due date
royal baby watch. Amy is in Windsor, England, where the duke and duchess are waiting for baby Sussex. Good morning, Amy. Reporter: Good morning. Yes, it is the great baby wait or as we like to call it #sussexstandby and know sister-in-law Kate was out and about in London today. She is spearheading her mental health for children's awareness project and heard from Meghan and from Harry commemorating marking U.S. Mental health awareness month and even though we're still waiting for baby Sussex, a very famous friend is already getting her baby gifts this morning, Oprah close friend of Harry and Meghan speaking out in their defense saying they should keep the news around their first child's birth private and talking about the gift she is going to give baby Sussex. This baby will have enough books to last a lifetime. Reporter: Another day, another post from the parents-to-be. But not exactly the baby news everyone is waiting for. Harry and Meghan's at Sussex royal Instagram account taking on a new stance telling fans each month they will change who they are following in order to support a different cause. This month focusing on mental health awareness only following 16 organizations doing amazing work for mental health. Also telling their 5 million followers we are all in this together and we are as we all wait for the newest royal. And still no word on whether the queen will make this little one a print -- prince or princess. Issued a new letter decreed all the children born to the duke and duchess of Cambridge would be a prince or princess. It's not clear yet whether or not she'll do that this time around with Harry and Meghan's children. Reporter: If baby Sussex comes tomorrow, by the way, he or she will share a birthday with cousin princess Charlotte who will be turning 4 tomorrow, guys. If the baby comes you have to come home, Amy. You do realize that.

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