Meghan Markle will most likely give birth on April 28, according to the Office for National Statistics.

ONS tracks the average number of daily births for each date using figures spanning more than two decades, from 1995 to 2017. April 28 comes out on top for the period Markle has mentioned with 1,833 births.

Earlier this year, the Duchess of Sussex told royal fans that she will give birth sometime at the end of April or the beginning of May. The last week of April starts with the 28th day of the month, which falls on a Sunday.

April 30 and April 26 are also other possible dates for Markle’s baby’s arrival. Both dates have a total of 1,815 births, while 1,842 babies have been born on May 8. These figures suggest that Markle may also give birth sometime next month.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Markle’s baby’s arrival is also imminent and their recent move to Frogmore Cottage proved that this is really the case. On Thursday, Markle’s makeup artist, Daniel Martin, was spotted in London. Carly Read, a journalist for Express, claimed that this could be a hint that Markle is already gearing up for the birth of her baby.

Last year, Kate Middleton looked stunning when she stepped out of St. Mary’s Hospital’s Lindo Wing just hours after the birth of Prince Louis. The Duchess of Cambridge’s hair was made up, and it was also evident that she had light make up on her face.

When Middleton gave birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte in 2013 and 2015, respectively, she also surprised royal fans with the way she looked. Not only was her hair curled to perfection; she also wore the chicest post-maternity clothing.

Markle could follow Middleton’s footsteps of ensuring that she would look her best after her baby’s birth. But there are reports suggesting that she won’t step out in public for a photo opportunity after her and Prince Harry’s baby is born.