The Prince of Wales has been in the region to officially reopen a well known Liverpool building which dates back to the 1880s.
It's affectionately known as the Florrie and for many years it was a focal point for the local community.
Prince Charles became interested in The Florrie on a previous visit to the city and today he was there to unveil a plaque to mark its restoration.
However an unscheduled stop in the pub over the road might make all of tomorrow's headlines.
Our Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner reports...
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