The second royal baby may be only days away from making an arrival, but we suspect Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton, has other things on her mind.
In her column for the Daily Telegraph she spoke about trying whale meat while on a trip to Norway recently.
She stated how it tasted "similar to smoked salmon but looks more like venison carpaccio."
This outraged many people as hunting whales for their meat is banned in Britain, and many other places in the world.
Elisa Allen, associate director of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals U.K., told E! News: "Pippa is not known for common sense or compassion, but it still beggars belief that anyone, let alone someone from a country like ours, where whale meat has long been banned, could be oblivious to the uproar over Norway's slaughter of these gentle giants,"
"Does she think or read? What's next, a panda steak or an elephant canapé? These whales are harpooned and bled to death before they're gutted.
Allen added: "If Pippa is looking for a culinary experience, some of the best high-end vegan food, recently named by Forbes magazine as a top food trend, can be found in Norway, and it's good for the heart, an organ Pippa seems to lack."
She has not yet commented on the situation.
Pippa's brother-in-law Prince William is very involved in speaking out about illegal poaching.