The Duchess of Cornwall is set to attend the South of England Show on Thursday (08.06.17).
The 69-year-old royal - who is married to Charles, the Prince of Wales - will make her way to West Sussex to enjoy the event, which will take place in Ardingly, to celebrate the South of England Agricultural Society's 50th year of supporting agriculture ever since it was established in 1967.
And the agricultural society are "honoured" Camilla, who is the president of the organisation, will be taking the time out to visit them and show her support on the huge milestone as this will be her first visit to the society.
The Chairman of the charity, Charlie Burgoyne, said: "We are honoured to welcome our President, The Duchess of Cornwall to our 50th South of England Show."
And Charlie only hopes Camilla will "enjoy" the "spectacular" horticultural displays they have created and are on display during the showcase.
He continued: "It's an extremely special year for the Society and we hope that Her Royal Highness will enjoy some of the spectacular displays that will be featured across the showground."
And according to SpiritFM.net Camilla will meet and greet some of the farmers in the area, check out their livestock, meet with local school children and unveil a record detailing the society's achievements over the last five decades.
Charlie continued: "During her visit she will meet some of the farmers and their livestock, talk to local school children and students from the region's land-based colleges, as well as officially unveil an exciting permanent record of the Society's achievements during the last 50 years."
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