Grand Slam champions, Jamie Roberts and Lloyd Williams will be in Pontypridd later sampling an range of local produce on the last day of The Big Welsh Bite.
The food festival is the largest of its kind in south Wales and takes place between 11am and 5pm over three days.
Since the festival started on Friday it has attracted Welsh rugby stars Jonathan Davies, Rhys Priestland, Leigh Halfpenny and Alex Cuthbert.
Along with food there is also cookery demonstrations, farm animals, children's rides and a health and wellbeing zone.
In Pontypridd's town centre later the ever-popular Harnessed Horse Parade, a four-legged spectacular, will journey through the streets as part of the festival.Last year 17,000 people flocked to the event in Ynysangharad War Memorial Park.
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