The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were in Dorset today.
They travelled with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall to Poundbury, which is just outside Dorchester.
The Prince of Wales has helped design the experimental new town, which features a mix of shops, cottages, town houses and businesses.
The Queen also unveiled a 9 foot statue of the Queen Mother in the village square.
Poundbury will have 5000 residents when it's finished by 2025.
Prince Charles is in our region today - visiting Poundbury in Dorset - built according to his principles.
He'll meet tenants, plant a tree and hand over a new allotment area to Dorchester Town Council.
The Prince of Wales is visiting Dorset today to take part in a special reception for people involved in the creation of the Poundbury Project twenty years ago.
Poundbury is an urban extension of Dorchester in Dorset. The creation of Poundbury centred around Prince Charles' beliefs and ideas on town - planning coupled with a long period of public consultation.