The news that Britain's Prince William and Kate are to become parents has sent the world's media into overdrive. But one question that hasn't yet been asked is where the royal couple conceived the child that will be third in line to the throne.
Speculation among some news organisations - including the Guardian in London - is that the Duchess of Cambridge isn't quite past the 12-week mark, when it is considered safe to announce the pregnancy. According to Buckingham Palace, the pregnancy is in its "very early stages".
So is it possible that Kate conceived the child during the couple's 'second honeymoon' tour of Asia Pacific?
The tour took place between September 11 and 18, with the 11th being 12 weeks ago.