Woah, we hadn't even considered the idea of the royal baby being carted off by kidnappers; we were too busy daydreaming over what Kate Middleton and Prince William are going to call their little prince or princess!
How naive we were. Ken Wharfe, a former bodyguard of the late Princess Diana, has revealed his kidnap fears for KMiddy's baby in a new interview with Look magazine - and his paranoia is infectious.
"Kate’s baby could be in danger. Given the political state of the world and the vulnerability of the royals, they need a lot of protection. In this terror-ridden world of ours, there’s a real risk of kidnap for this child."
He added that Kate and William will need to worry far more about their son or daughter's protection than that of any royal baby to come before it, due to the altered state of the world:
“The world is a much more dangerous place than it was 20 years ago, when we would take William and Harry out.”
“What they will have to do is surround themselves with police, which could be a multi-million pound operation.”
Well he's a right little ray of sunshine, isn't he?
Listen, we're pretty sure that Kate Middleton and Prince William are well aware of the threats posed to their unborn baby, but we're also just as certain that the soon-to-be parents have taken every single precaution to keep their little one safe.
Plus they have plenty of bodyguards on standby, all of whom - unlike Ken Wharfe - are still in the employment of the royal family.
Sure, it's a crazy scary world, filled with some seriously crazy scary people, but let's try and be positive. We don't want to ruin what should be a happy time for the country's favourite couple, after all.
We reckon that as long as everybody is careful - and the bodyguards do their job - the royal baby will be safe as houses (or should that be palaces?).
The royal baby's due date is less than eight days away - we're already on tenterhooks for news that he or she is on the way. Good luck, Kate Middleton!