However, photographers and broadcasters will not be allowed to take up their positions until the Duchess has been admitted to the hospital. Right after the birth, they bring you a delicious afternoon tea for you and your family'.
Aside from the parking restriction, barriers have also been erected outside the hospital in preparation of the crowd of well-wishers and media that are expected to welcome the royal baby.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child this month, a brother or sister to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Kate and William have chosen not to find out the sex of their baby before its birth.
They also sent a press release and a tweet confirming the couple had welcomed a baby girl.
Kate is due to give birth any day. Prince William and Prince Harry were also born there.
Prices for a standard room package start at £5,900 for the first 24 hours of a "normal" delivery, although mothers who have previously had a baby at the Lindo Wing, like Katherine, may be eligible for a 10% reduction.
Royal correspondents from around the globe have been sharing pictures of the early movement at the Lindo Wing, but are reminding onlookers that we could still have a way to go before we meet the new Prince or Princess. The duchess's birthing suite has been sealed off since the middle of March and her team of 20 doctors and midwives are on 24/7 call as the birth is now imminent.
There it is placed on an easel - used to announce Prince William's birth in 1982 - and this the official way of announcing royal births.
While Kensington Palace reps have yet to confirm Prince William's wife's due date, they have shared that she's due this month.
And in 2015 it said: "Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a daughter at 8.34am".