When it comes to Prince George, England is going to great lengths to keep the third in line to the throne safe.
E! News confirms that U.K. authorities have issued a temporary no-fly zone over the area of the Bucklebury residence where Prince William and Kate Middleton are currently enjoying time with the royal baby following the little bundle of joy's birth a week ago.
OK, so Berkshire isn't exactly Syria.
But according to a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM), the no-fly zone restricts all commercial aircraft except military air traffic or aircraft with the National Police Air Service, the Metropolitan Police or the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service.
The no-fly zone will be in place until August 7, after which it's presumed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make their scheduled move to Anmer Hall in Norfolk, where they will stay until renovations are finished on their primary home in Kensington Palace.
Anmer Hall is a 10-bedroom country residence on Queen Elizabeth II's Sandringham Estate and will also ensure plenty of privacy as recent modifications to the house include a garden room built just off the kitchen that sports a covered patio as well the addition of shrubs and other landscaping meant to shield the royal trio from the prying eyes of the paparazzi and the public.
Kate and Will left St. Mary's Hospital last Tuesday, a day after George Alexander Louis (or "Prince Georgie" as his grandfather Prince Charles has already nicknamed him ) was born and his parents debuted him before the world. After a brief respite at Kensington, the new family left for Bucklebury the next day.