Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will continue their Scottish tour in the Borders, including Peebles, Galashiels and Hawick.
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, as they are known in Scotland, will see different aspects of the textile industry. The Duke is a patron of the Campaign for Wool.
The royal couple will begin their day at Moorbrook Textiles' Robert Noble Mill in Peebles.
They continue to the School of Textile and Design at the Heriot Watt University campus in Galashiels.
They will then visit Johnston's of Elgin at Eastfield Mills in Hawick, before ending the day in Edinburgh.
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