The Countess of Wessex is in Cumbria today to carry out a series of royal engagements.
Sophie, the wife of Prince Edward, visited the Westmorland County Agricultural Society this morning.
She will go on to help celebrate the 50th birthday of the charity, Mencap, in Carlisle. Her last engagement will be just outside Penrith, to officially open a music therapy centre provided by The Sunbeams Music Trust.
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HRH The Duchess of Gloucester is visiting Cumbrian charity, Hospice at Home, which provides palliative care to patients at home.
The hospice is celebrating it's 20th anniversary. 150 staff, trustees, patrons and volunteers will gather for the royal visit and anniversary celebrations.
Princess Anne has arrived at the the University of Cumbria to celebrate it's tenth anniversary. Her Royal Highness will officially open the university's new STEM teaching facility:
The royal tour then heads into the Borders, where the princess will open a biomass glasshouse in Hawick and a textile factory in Selkirk.
The Prince of Wales is visiting the region today. His Royal Highness joined an estimated 40,000 people attending the Westmorland County Show, near Kendal.
The Prince spent time talking to farmers and met stall holders who specialise in local produce, and as he toured the show ground, large crowds tried to catch a glimpse of the royal visitor.
Christine Knipe, from the Westmorland County Agricultural Society, says the visit is a huge honour:
The Prince of Wales is visiting South Cumbria today. His Royal Highness will be at the Westmorland Show, near Kendal, as part of his ongoing commitment to supporting British agriculture and rural communities.
He is expected to arrive later this morning, along with thousands of other visitors:
The Prince of Wales will visit the Westmorland County Show for the first time on Thursday 14 September. His Royal Highness will get to see Cumbria livestock, food and crafts as well as meeting staff and visitors.
The Westmorland County Show is one of the oldest agricultural shows in the country, attracting 30,000 visitors each year. It will take place at Lane Farm in Milnthorpe, Cumbria.