It comes after a near miss between a pilot trying to get a snap of their house whilst flying through a busy Heathrow flight path.
Warnings have been posted near the couple’s home at Frogmore College, close to Windsor Home Park, warning wannabe pilots that it is illegal to fly the technology in the area.
According to The Sun, a yellow poster reads: “Police flight safety notice: Drones prohibited in this area.”
The signs have reportedly erected by Thames Valley Police on the main road through Windsor Home Park despite no open air events taking place any time soon.
Earlier this month a reckless rogue drone pilot tried to get aerial pictures of the Harry and Meghan’s home, risking disaster in the middle of a busy passenger jet flight path.
The police warnings now specifically call out “launching, landing or operating drones or remote controlled aircrafts” in the area.
The government introduced tighter drone restrictions earlier this year after Gatwick was brought to a halt by a rogue flying object.
“Police flight safety notice: Drones prohibited in this area.”
Thames Valley Police
aws currently prohibit drone pilots from flying unmanned aircraft in certain areas unless they have permission from the Civil Aviation Authority.
It prohibits drone flying over or within 150 metres of any congested area, over or within 150 metres of an organised open-air assembly of more than 1,000 people.
Drones are also banned from being operated near Windsor Castle.
The Royal Couple are eagerly anticipating the birth of their first child, which is expected any day now.
Harry, 34 and Meghan, 37, recently moved to Frogmore Cottage and have recently been joined by Meghan’s mother Doria.
It has been reported that Meghan is keen to have a home birth, however, Royal advisors are apparently pushing for her to be taken to the safer confines of a hospital.
Meghan was last seen in public at the Ilapothecary herbal therapy clinic in Kensington Church Street in West London on the evening of Friday March 29.
Bookies have slashed odds on the mum-to-be giving birth today, April 28, with several reports claiming the couple are expecting today to be due day.
The baby will be the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh’s eighth great-grandchild to arrive.