Princess Royal's Cumbria visit in pictures
The Princess Royal will officially open Cumbria Fire and Rescue Services headquarters in Penrith.
The Princess Royal has officially opened the new Northside Bridge after it was destroyed in the 2009 floods.
The Princess Royal has become the first person to drive across the new Northside Bridge in Workington. The former bridge was destroyed in the floods of November 2009. Princess Anne has now opened the new £11 million pound bridge linking the centre of Workington with the Northside area of the town.
She met the widow of PC Bill Barker, the policeman killed when the old bridge collapsed as well as families affected by the floods. Prayers were said during the ceremony to bless the bridge, including one from the Archbishop of York.
The Princess Royal will open the new Northside Bridge in Workington later today. The old bridge was destroyed in the floods of 2009. PC Bill Barker died when part of the structure collapsed.
Princess Anne will also officially open the new community fire station in Penrith.
Stuart Eastwood, curator of the Border Regiment Museum said the visit by the Duke of Kent was gratefully received.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent visited Carlisle Castle and the news site for Cumbria's Military Museum.
The Duke also visited the current site of the museum as well as a tour of the ramparts.
The Duke of Kent is visiting Carlisle Castle's military museum and will open the new £20m refit of Trinity School.
The Princess Royal will visit the Scottish Borders today where she will carry out a number of duties.
Princess Anne will begin her visit by representing the Queen at a Thanksgiving Service to mark Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee in Melrose Parish Church.
Her Royal Highness will be joined by 600 guests including Lord-lieutenant's from the region.
She will then head to Glen Estate, near Innerleithen, where she will plant a cherry tree to mark the creation of the Grieston Hill Diamond Jubilee Wood.
Finally, Princess Anne will attend a Reception held by the Scottish Borders Council where she will meet representatives from various voluntary and other organisations throughout the Borders.
During the reception she will also present British Empire Medals to Elizabeth Brown and John Falla.