Crowds have lined the streets of Oxford today - despite the rain - hoping to catch a glimpse of Prince William. The Duke of Cambridge was in the city to see three major investment projects at the University.
He began his day at the Weston Library where he spent a lot of time outside chatting to local schoolchildren about their favourite books. Kate Bunkall reports.
Prince William visited Aldershot today to give thanks to the 120 service men and women who have just returned from Afghanistan. Divya Kohli reports.
The Duke of Cambridge enjoyed a game of polo as the wait continues for the Duchess to give birth to their first child.
William was on the opposite team to his brother, Prince Harry, at the event held at musical impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber's Berkshire estate yesterday.
It's not far from Bucklebury, Kate's family home. Her parents still live there and it's where she plans to stay after baby's arrival.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's event - called the Kent and Curwen Royal Charity Polo Cup - was held in aid of Sentebale and the Tusk Trust charities, which the Princes support.
Harry's team won the game with a last-minute goal, and he was awarded the most valuable player award.
Meanwhile bookmakers Coral said the odds on Kate giving birth today had shortened from 5/1 to 4/1 after a flurry of bets.
The Duke of Cambridge has arrived at Tedworth House in Wiltshire at the start of his visit to officially open the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry will visit Tedworth House in Tidworth later as they offically open the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre.
The Princes will meet injured service personnel, veterans and their families.
The Duchess of Cambridge emerged from the hospital carrying a bouquet of yellow flowers and said she was "feeling much better, thank you" after the waiting media asked how she was.