The royal baby's head is engaged and Kate Middleton could go into labour at any time, the gossip magazines say this week.
The Duchess of Cambridge's official due date of July 13 is fast approaching, and the doctors have warned the baby may come early, reported Woman's Day.
A helicopter is on standby 24 hours a day, and medical teams are at the ready.
Prince William, who missed their first Valentine's Day and their wedding anniversary because of work, told his friends he would be "broken-hearted" if he missed the baby's birth.
According to Woman's Day he has told the duchess no Indian food, no chillies, and no exciting movies or television, so she does not go into labour early.
The magazine also ran the first instalment of a collector's issue called "Raising a Royal Baby."
Taking a strong role in raising his own baby is Kanye West, who has apparently pulled a U-turn in his relationship with Kim Kardashian after the birth of their baby North West.
A spooky dream West had, which featured his mother who died after liposuction surgery in 2007, triggered a change that has led to him doing all the nappy changes and getting up for night feeds.
Woman's Day said Kardashian is elated with the change because she was worried she would be raising the child on her own.
Meanwhile, Woman's Weekly reports Prince Harry's relationship with dance student Cressida Bonas, 24, is going strong.
His friends are worried she is not as committed as he is, because she thinks she is too young to start lining up to be a royal wife.
Actress Katie Holmes "will rise again" as a huge star, her friends have told New Idea, but she is torn between the spotlight and a more private life with her daughter Suri.
On one hand, she wants to throw herself back into acting, which she put on hold when she met ex-husband Tom Cruise, but on the other, she has downgraded her apartment, started catching public transport, and heads back to her holiday home in Michigan for quiet time.
New Idea also featured a spread on the six top X Factor NZ contestants, with a "Made in the USA" theme, while Woman's Weekly caught up with last week's elemination Tom Batchelor.
The rocker revealed his soft side, saying that he doesn't care that he was voted off the show, becasue he's won something far better. "The best prize is Jackie [Thomas]," he told the magazine, confirming what long has been rumoured. "She's the cutest, coolest girl on the planet."
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