He said: "The love we have gotten from patients and staff has been incredible.
"Everyday we have been given porridge and tea and coffee from staff and patients have come and spoken to us.
"And I've gone and run errands for patients to be of some help.
"We've also been able to shower in the hospital but getting home tonight I hope will be brilliant - 15 days is the longest I've waited for a royal baby to be born and I was beginning to wonder when it was going to happen."
The 63-year-old's love affair with the royal family began with Princess Diana, who he said today "is there is spirit for them, and for Kate, she went through this and knows how it feels."
He added: "I really can't put into words what being here means, it's just so special to me. And I want the Dutchess of Cambridge to know how proud her country is of her and thank her for all that she has done.
"My prediction was that it'd be a boy and I hope they call him Philip.
"I do bell ringing at my local church and on Tuesday I will be ringing the bells for them."
After being camped out for 15 days Mr Loughrey said he's heading for fish and chips for dinner, with champagne to raise a toast to the new Prince.
"It's been worth every minute spent here but now heading for food, drink and home for a good night's sleep," he said.
Though he has decided to leave his temporary sleeping quarters outside the hospital intact as it was a new record 15 days here."
The superfan added: "I have to say I don't think I've ever seen Catherine look so radiant and I already can't wait for the next royal baby and I'll absolutely be here again."
Source : https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/04/23/royal-baby-kate-middleton-hospital-going-labour-latest-news/