PRINCE Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will be visiting this year’s Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate.
The Royal couple will attend the agricultural extravaganza on Wednesday, July 13.
Bill Cowling, honorary show director, said: “We are absolutely delighted with the news and a programme for their time with us is underway.”
Their Royal Highnesses will get an in-depth look at the show, touring the showground and meeting livestock exhibitors, visitors, staff and stewards.
Mr Cowling said: “Their knowledge and enthusiasm for farming and rural life is well-known and their visit will make the show particularly special. We look forward to welcoming them.”
The Great Yorkshire Show takes place from July 12-14 and is organised by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, of which Prince Charles is patron.
The society anticipates more than 130,000 visitors will attend the event.