Prince Charles and Camilla are paying a Royal Visit to the Scottish Borders today.
The couple, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, will visit a Mill in Peebles, Heriot-Watt University's Galashiels campus and Johnston's of Elgin in Hawick.
Just six days after the Duchess of Cambridge was in Cumbria the county is enjoying another royal visit.
The Prince of Wales is visiting the south and east of Cumbria.
Tim Backshall reports:
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has been pouring himself a pint of beer at one of the market stalls in Kirkby Lonsdale.
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales is visiting Cumbria today.
Prince Charles will be visiting the historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale where he will tour the market and local shops, before meeting stall holders, shopkeepers and locals.
He will also pay a visit to St Mary's Church in the town, which dates back to the 12th century.
Prince Charles will visit Cumbria later.
The highlight is expected to be when his Royal Highness tours Wigton which is celebrating 750 years of it's market charter.
The Prince of Wales will tour a number of small businesses and charities on a tour of Cumbria on Tuesday.
The highlight is expected to be a walkabout in the centre of Wigton, where he'll help celebrate the 750th anniversary of Wigton's Market Charter.
He'll officially start the work on a commemorative Market Cross in the town.
He'll also visit Staveley Mill Yard, a green business park where 400 people work, to meet local business owners. The Yard supports non-tourism jobs in a rural area.
Later, he'll tour Dove Cottage and view key pieces from the collection of the Wordsworth Trust, of which he is patron, before visiting the Dalemain Marmalade Festival near Penrith.