Drones banned around Harry and Meghan's cottage as she prepares to give birth to their first child
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's first child is due to be born any time now as the world eagerly awaits the first baby Sussex
The police are taking strict measures to ensure that there are no drones flying near Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new home at Frogmore Cottage as the Duchess of Sussex is due to give birth any moment now.
As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry await the birth of their first child together, Harry will be attending the London Marathon on Sunday where he will be handing out medals and will support the participants.
Meanwhile, the Thames Valley Police have put signs which warn drone pilots that it is illegal to fly drones in the area surrounding Frogmore Cottage.
The bright bold yellow signs read, "Police flight safety notice: Drones prohibited in this area" and spell out that "Launching, landing or operating drones or remote-controlled aircraft is prohibited in this area. Contrary to Article 95 of the Air Navigation Order 2006."
Their warning follows a reckless drone pilot who attempted to take aerial images of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new home earlier this month.
Meghan has been staying close to Frogmore Cottage and has her mother Doria Ragland right by her side. According to the Sun, a source shared, "It won't be long now. Meghan's really excited. Of course, she's nervous like any first-time mum but she and Harry can't wait."
"She's been preparing for the birth – she wants it to be as natural as possible – and so has been practicing hypnobirthing and breathing techniques with Harry. It's been huge support having her mum by her side and now she's just getting as much rest as she can," the source added. The Frimley Park Hospital which is half n hour from the couple's home has been put on alert.
The royal source also claimed that the Duchess of Sussex has been taking medical advice on a daily basis and would like to stay at home for as long as she can, but if things did not go as planned, she would be taken to a hospital. The source further added that doctors Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston who had overseen the birth of Prince George were also involved in planning Meghan and Harry's baby's birth.