The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived in Grimsby following delays due to fog in the area. She is due to speak to trawlermen and will be given a tour of the National Fishing Heritage Centre in the town.
The Duchess left Kensington Palace at around 11am and will fly to an as-yet undisclosed airport in the region before completing her journey by road, the Palace official said. He added that the visit is expected to go ahead as planned despite the delays.
The Duchess of Cambridge's journey from London to Grimsby has been delayed due to fog in the area, a Palace official said.
A spokesman said Kate would be an hour to 90 minutes late for her visit due to the weather affecting flying conditions.
She was due to arrive in the North East Lincolnshire town by helicopter for 11.35am.
The Duchess of Cambridge will meet jobless teenagers when she is shown a Prince's Trust scheme to get them into work during her visit to Grimsby.
She will also open the nearby Havelock Academy which serves over 1,000 pupils aged between 11 and 18 from an area that has some of the most deprived wards in the country and which moved into a new £18 million building in 2011.
The Duchess is also due to speak to trawlermen when she is given a tour of the National Fishing Heritage Centre in the town.