There is growing speculation The Duke of Cambridge and his brother Harry could be at the society wedding in Northumberland this weekend.
Olympic rower and gold medallist, Sophie Hosking, has returned to Durham University to open a new indoor rowing tank named after her.
Prince Charles has been welcomed by schoolchildren at Middleton-in-Teesdale in County Durham.
The Duke of Edinburgh is visiting the North East to open a new 'Royal Garden' at a primary school in Langley Park.
He has been invited to Langley Park Primary School to open the garden, which has been built by volunteers, and to meet children from the school.
An army corporal from the North East has been describing what it is like to work alongside Prince Harry.
The prince was interviewed about his life and his role, during a four month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
He flew dozens of missions as an Apache helicopter gunner, known as Captain Wales.
Corporal Graham Carr said that the royal was "just one of the lads."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a baby.
St James's Palace made the announcement after Kate was admitted to the King Edward VII Hospital in central London with acute morning sickness.
The palace said she is expected to stay in hospital for several days. Prince William has been with her. The Duchess is not yet 12 weeks pregnant.
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The Countess of Wessex will visit a number of community projects as part of her visit to the region today.
As part of the planned engagements she will visit Billingham Forum and officially open Hartlepool College.
Prince Charles was today given some video game tips.
Luke Scott, 10, said Prince Charles "needed more practice."
Prince Charles talks to members of the UTASS project (Upper Teesdale Agricultural Support Team) which gives advice and help to the farming community. The Prince's countryside fund has given a £36,000 grant to UTASS
The Prince of Wales on his way to open a new cafe at the Auction Mart at Middleton-in-Teesdale.
The Prince of Wales brought all to a halt as he visited Middleton-in-Teesdale.
Charles was at the village for the third time in 10 years.
He visited the village butcher before dropping in to J Raine and Son ironmonger's shop.
Hundreds of people lined the road - including pupils from Forest of Teesdale Primary School, which has just 13 pupils.
His visit was initially delayed due to heavy fog.
The trip was organised in part to support local sheep farmers.