Princess Anne will unveil a statue in Gordon Square Gardens later in honour of the British-Indian agent Noor Inayat Khan.
She worked in France during world war two - before being shot dead by the Germans. It'll be the first stand-alone memorial to an Asian woman in the UK.
What do we know about her?
- The eldest of four children
- She was an allied heroine of the Second World War
- She was of royal Indian descent through her father
- Sent into France in June 1943
- She was betrayed and captured a few months later
- Shot by in September 1944, aged 30
- Posthumously awarded the George Cross
Around 300 people are expected to attend the statue's unveiling ceremony today including veterans of both the SOE and Women's Auxiliary Air force (WAF).