Prince Charles is visiting Cumbria today.
His Royal Highness is in the region visiting the numerous charitable organisations he is associated with.
He will begin his tour of the county later this morning at The Prince's Countryside Fund in Milnthorpe.
Dresses and suits worn by high society in the 20th century are the centre piece of a new exhibition in Carlisle.
It is the first time the collection by Hartnell and Amies has been seen outside London, and it includes dresses worn by royalty and celebrities.
Katie Hunter went along to take a look.
Watch her full report below.
Have a first look at what's on display at the exhibition at Tullie House below:
Marian Jones, Programming Manager at Tullie House, tells ITV Border what visitors can expect to see when they visit the fashion exhibition.
A new exhibition of dresses by Her Majesty the Queen's designers Hartnell and Amies has come to Carlisle, showcasing fashion pieces from the 1920s to the 1990s.
It is the first time the collection has been seen outside London.
It includes dresses worn by Barbara Cartland and Queen Mary.
Feathers were set a-flutter as one of racing's royal treasures went under the hammer in west Cumbria.
A racing pigeon owned by the Queen, and donated personally by Her Majesty, was auctioned off to raise money for charity.
Finola Miles reports:
More than 600 veteran soldiers who fought with the King's Own Scottish Borderers have returned to their regimental home in Berwick to take part in a ceremony dating back more than two and a half centuries.
The Princess Royal took part in the Minden Day celebrations, including a final farewell to the regiment's colours, which were laid up for the last time.
Watch Jenny Longden's report here: