He's 84, but he's a royal baby super fan.
Terry Hutt has been keeping a close watch in Windsor — arguably closer than any other fan — on the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby.
"I’ve been coming for donkey's years really. But I love to be here for the royal family to support them,” Hutt said, according to APTN.
“We are very fortunate, really, to have a good king or queen throughout the years. I've been born and I look up to them, I respect them."
The baby is officially past its due date of April 29 and people are turning to Hutt for guidance on when the bundle of joy will arrive.
"Well everybody thinks I know. Sometimes I do get little messages [from other fans]. And I'm not sure really on the message I have received. So I've got to cross my fingers and guess like you," Hunt said.
Hunt said he understands the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to keep things under wraps — choosing to spend time with their infant privately first before revealing the baby to the world.
Traditionally, royal couples have shown their new child off to the public as soon as they exit the hospital doors.
"To be truthful, it is disappointing, but at the same time, they've got privileges, and if it's privacy they want, then they should have it. They're a lovely couple anyway and they will prove the point to everybody later."
For seven decades, Hunt has been attending royal events and this one is no different. Until the baby arrives, Hunt will be fully decked out in the United Kingdom’s flag, ready to welcome the seventh in line to the throne.