The Queen and the Princess Royal are visiting Cumbria today. It is their second visit to the region this month. They'll start the day in Kendal before a boat trip on Lake Windermere. They'll go onto visit the Brockhole Estate where they'll meet National Park Rangers.
On arrival in Kendal town centre, Her Majesty and Her Royal Highness will meet civic officials, cadets, members of the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment and members of the Royal British Legion. The Royal Party will then view a selection of produce 'Made in Cumbria' and visit a paper-making mill.
The Queen has spent the day in the Borders to open visitor attractions linked to two of Scotland's most famous authors.
Her Majesty began the day at the John Buchan museum in Peebles.
She then moved on to Abbotsford House, near Melrose, the former home of Sir Walter Scott.
Tim Backshall sent this report from Abbotsford.
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The Queen is in the Borders to open visitor attractions linked to two of Scotland's most famous authors.
She began her day at the John Buchan museum in Peebles. It tells the story of the writer and statesman who became best known for his novel, The 39 Steps.
Her Majesty is now at the former home of Sir Walter Scott. The 19th century writer is described as the world's first best-selling novelist.
The Queen is visiting the Scottish Borders today as part of her tour of Scotland.
Her Majesty will visit the John Buchan Museum in Peebles, before being given a tour of Abbotsford House, where she will officially re-open the former home of Sir Walter Scott.