Royal baby: Lindo Wing parking restrictions extended as wait continues

Published Wednesday, Apr 29 2015, 11:27 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Royal baby watchers may have to wait a little longer as parking restrictions outside the Lindo Wing have been extended.

According to reports, restrictions had been due to run out on Thursday, 30 April, but with no royal baby in sight yet, they have been extended into May.

Westminster City Council confirmed the move to The Mirror.

General view of press pens set up today outside the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital, where Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth within the next couple of weeks on April 16, 2015 in London, England.

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Barriers outside Lindo Wing.

Lindo Wing preparations for royal baby, 2015

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Parking restrictions in place.

The Duchess of Cambridge's due date was mid to late April, as she revealed herself, and it's widely believed she is now around three or four days overdue.

Excitement was sparked last night when a tweet did the rounds claiming Kate had given birth to a healthy baby girl named Charlotte but it was later confirmed to be a fake.

Actually, Kate was yesterday seen taking Prince George swimming at Buckingham Palace, driving away in a Range Rover accompanied by security.

Fans have been gathering outside the Lindo Wing since last week hoping to get a glimpse of Kate and William's arrival and be in a good spot when they leave with their newborn.

Temperatures in the capital have turned chilly over the past few days, however, so Kate and William sent a gesture of thanks to the royal supporters yesterday in the form of hot drinks and pastries.

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