A royal visitor is in Kent. The Duchess of Cambridge is meeting children at a primary school project in Wrotham.
Other members of the royal family joined the Queen at a special Diamond Jubilee service including the Duchess of Cambridge from Berkshire.
One thousand lucky ticket holders have had the best seats in the house today to see the Royal Pageant, including people from our region.
Today's visit is the last official engagement before the royal birth. Kate is expected to have her baby at St Mary's Hospital in London. That is where both William and Harry were born.
But if baby comes early - and the Duchess is at her parents' home in Berkshire, as she says she will be - there could be a dash to the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading. They are on the standby - just in case. And that is where Kate herself was born.
Sangeeta was given an exclusive visit to the maternity unit to meet the staff and the new arrivals.
Video: Our lunchtime report on the naming ceremony performed by the Duchess of Cambridge.
The guests have left, the naming ceremony is over and the clearing-up begins.
Video: a close-up of the Duchess of Cambridge's 'bump' during the naming ceremony at Southampton.
VIDEO: Natasha Bedingfield performed for the Duchess of Cambridge during the Royal Princess naming ceremony.
VIDEO: The Duchess of Cambridge joined in the National Anthem during the ceremony at Southampton.
VIDEO: Flowers for the Duchess of Cambridge at the naming ceremony of the Royal Princess in Southampton.
VIDEO: The Duchess of Cambridge performs the naming ceremony.
VIDEO: The Duchess of Cambridge in Southampton for the naming ceremony.