The organisers of this weekend's MFEST have cancelled the event due to bad weather.
The Princess will see previously unseen pictures of the Queen as a child
Harewood House is celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year by hosting an exhibition featuring never before seen pictures of Her Majesty.
Harewood house is preparing for its biggest ever christmas extravaganza.
Over the next few weekends the estate is holding a festive celebration, featuring an 18ft tree, a storytelling Father Christmas and traditional cookery demonstrations.
Emily Tannock, from Harewood House, said: "We ordered the trees about eight weeks ago, they arrived on Friday last week and we had about five men taking them off the truck and bringing them in.
Seeing it behind me now it looks like they have been there forever, but getting it into the tub and preparing it and all the tools we needed for that, it was a big job."
On display are Christmas cards - but not any cards - they are signed "With every good wish for Christmas and the New Year 1941 from Lilybet" - also know as Her Majesty the Queen."
Available dates are November 24 and 25, December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16.
The VW Festival is being held at Harewood house and is one of the stately home's most popular and largest events.
There are trade stands, club stands, a live graffiti display, live bands, a fun fair, parades and activities for the whole family.
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Due to the advere weather conditions the organisers of this weekend's MFEST at Harewood House has been cancelled.
It is a joint decision between the promoter, production team, and Harewood House to abandon the two day music, comedy and food festival. Health and safety advice was also taken from Leeds City Council.
30,000 people were expected to attend the event.
Janet Baker was carrying the torch as she arrived at Harewood House to be greeted by Princess Beatrice on her first official Royal engagement.
Princess Beatrice welcomed the Olympic Flame on the steps of Harewood House, near Leeds, during the Olympic Torch Relay. The princess was the special guest as the torch relay arrived at the stately home where hundreds of schoolchildren cheered torchbearer Janet Baker up the tree-lined main drive.
She met Miss Baker, 33, on the steps of the imposing house along with the Earl of Harewood. Earlier, the princess was greeted with delight by the crowds of families and schoolchildren when she went on an impromptu walkabout in the grounds.
Princess Beatrice is greeting the crowds at Harewood House near Leeds as they await the arrival of the Olympic Torch.
A bonfire, which will burn Christmas trees to mark Easter will be held at Harewood House in Leeds tonight (Monday.) The fire is a German tradition which says goodbye to winter and welcomes in the spring. For the rest of their Easter Monday attractions, click here.