Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoy a magic day out at new theme park opening.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby is due in July, St James's Palace confirmed.
The Duchess of Cambridge said her first official portrait, which was unveiled today, was "amazing" and "brilliant".
The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess of Cambridge are going underground, to celebrate the 150th birthday of the tube.
The Royal party will be greeted at Baker Street by the Commissioner of Transport for London, Sir Peter Hendy, and the Managing Director of London Underground Mike Brown.
They'll meet maintenance and train staff and will view a restored 1892 underground coach. They'll then walk through a new S7 train where the queen will unveil a plaque, naming the train Queen Elizabeth II.
A London hospital is trialling the use of hypnotherapy as a form of pain relief during labour.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital says ante-natal workshops can help reduce people's fear of childbirth.
And it's rumoured the Duchess of Cambridge has also been using hypnosis to combat morning sickness. Liz Wickham reports.
For more about the method, visit the Natal Hypnotherapy website here
The London Review of Books has attempted to clarify comments made by Hilary Mantel about the Duchess of Cambridge, saying the author was actually criticising the media.
The Duchess of Cambridge, as Patron of Action on Addiction, is visiting the charity's Hope House treatment centre in Clapham, south London.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been defended by a charity chief executive after a scathing attack by novelist Hilary Mantel.
Nick Barton, who heads Action on Addiction, which Kate supports as patron, described her as an "intelligent" woman genuinely interested in the work of his organisation.
During a lecture, Mantel, the double Booker Prize winner, said Kate appeared to have been "gloss-varnished" with a perfect plastic smile, in contrast to Princess Diana, who she described as awkward and emotionally incontinent.
Kate is currently touring the addiction charity's Hope House treatment centre in Clapham, south London.
Asked for his reaction to Mantel's criticisms, Mr Barton said: "I don't think it's for me to comment on that kind of stuff. I speak of what I know - somebody who wants to help, is helpful and genuinely interested and is intelligent.
"I can only speak (of) what I know. I've met her several times and I found her to be engaging, I found her very natural, I found her actually genuinely interested in the subject."
Hope House offers a safe, secure and comfortable place for women to recover from substance dependence and receive additional support for other compulsive disorders.
It is the first time Kate has been seen in public after photographs of her on holiday in Mustique were published by foreign media.
Mother-of-two Jacintha Saldanha was found dead in her nurses' quarters three days after she transferred the call from the DJs to a colleague at London's King Edward VII's Hospital who then described Kate's condition in detail.
The 46-year-old, from Bristol, left two notes in her room and had marks on her wrist when her body was discovered on December 7 last year, Westminster Coroner's Court in London heard.
– John Lofthouse, chief executive at King Edward VII's Hospital
This morning we have learned that the Crown Prosecution Service has issued a statement regarding hoax calls to our hospital.
We have no further comment on this matter.
The consequences of that hoax call are well known, and tragic.
We will continue to support the family of much-loved nurse Jacintha Saldanha during what continues to be a very sad time.