New parking restrictions have been put in place in front of the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington west London, where the Duchess of Cambridge is due to give birth.
The yellow signs cite "Special Event" as the reason for the suspension in front of the Lindo Wing and come into force tomorrow and run until April 30 - meaning Kate is expected to have had her second child by this date.
Kate is returning to the exclusive, private Lindo wing after the successful delivery of Prince George just under two years ago. Press will not be allowed to gather outside the Lindo Wing until after she has been admitted.
"Kate asked what kind of music I'd been playing," Corporal Steve Johnson, an RAF recruitment officer from Newcastle, who is busking at Tube stations across London told the Press Association. "She asked me to play but then said don't because it's too busy.
"Kate was more interested in the music, while William was more concerned with the day itself and how the appeal was going. Lots of people are ecstatic to see them."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will welcome military supporters into their palace grounds today to mark London Poppy Day.
The royal couple will meet staff and volunteers taking part in the Royal British Legion appeal who will call at Kensington Palace as part of a tour across the capital on a 1960's Routemaster Bus.
It first dawned on Tracy Mitchell that this was no ordinary fare when she pulled up to the doors of the Lindo Wing...Read the full story ›
The Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge will give birth to the royal baby in a few weeks has undergone an 18 month refurbishment.
Acclaimed visual artist, London born Julian Opie is providing 40 panels to be displayed over the units four floors.
Prince Harry, the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge with their wands on the set used to depict Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter Films
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry, have turned their hands to witchcraft as they opened the £100 million Warner Bros studios near Watford.
The sprawling site was the production home of all eight Harry Potter films, the James Bond movie Goldeneye starring Pierce Brosnan, the first of the Star Wars prequel films and director Tim Burton's gothic horror Sleepy Hollow