Terminally ill Charlie Gard might not be allowed to die at home because his life support system is too big to fit through the front door, a court was told.
Parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates were today involved in a fresh legal tussle with Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The couple yesterday abandoned their efforts to get Charlie treated in America after new tests showed his condition was untreatable.
Mr Gard and Miss Yates want to spend the final hours with their son at home in Bedfont, west London.
But GOSH barrister Katie Gollop QC told the court Charlie relied on a specialist hospital equipment to allow him to breathe.
The hospital has recommended Charlie be moved to a hospice but the couple's barrister said they wanted him moved to the family home.
The case continues.