The Duchess of Cornwall is to receive an honorary doctorate at the University of Southampton.
The ceremony, on Thursday, will recognise her work with sufferers of osteoporosis. The condition can cause bones to become brittle.
The Duchess is president of the National Osteoporosis Society. She lost her mother and grandmother to the disease.
English wine could soon be taking on the world, thanks to the country's first dedicated research centre in Sussex - given the Royal seal of approval today.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, opened the £2 million pound facility at Plumpton College near Brighton.
It's also offering the first UK postgraduate course in winemaking.
The idea is to attract talent from all over the world and create an environment where winemaking can flourish.
Derek Johnson reports.
Video. Prince Charles tried oysters on the seafront - the Duchess of Cornwall wasn't quite so keen - before they headed to one of the region's oldest dockyards.
There were plenty of presents for their little grandson, the world's newest prince. And the royal couple showed themselves to be dab hands at the samba, too. Jamie Stephens reports.
Click video. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall joined a samba band on stage at the Whitstable Oyster Festival.
Click video. Down it goes! Prince Charles, encouraged by the Duchess of Cornwall, enjoyed an oyster during his visit to Whitstable in Kent today.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Whitstable Oyster Festival today as part of visit to Kent.
The festival has been running since 1985, but the cultivation of oysters in the area began during the Roman occupation.
The Royal couple will also visit the Prince's Trust Centre in Chatham and the Historic Dockyard Chatham.
Video. While the world awaits the birth of Kate and William's first child, for the rest of the Royal family it's business as usual. Today the Duchess of Cornwall visited the region to enjoy the summer sunshine.
The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Hampshire today to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens near Romsey. The Duchess will tour the 180 acre site - meeting schoolchildren and dignitaries. She'll then open a new winery at Hambledon Vineyard