Princess Anne is set to visit Southampton in June.

The Princess Royal will officially open Seawork on Tuesday, June 11, marking the 25th edition of Europe’s leading commercial marine exhibition.

The member of the Royal family last visited Southampton in February – as she met firefighters after being given a tour of the Ordnance Survey headquarters.

Now Princess Anne will be visiting Mayflower Park for the first time for the Seawork exhibition.

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Other attendees will include industry experts, customers, and maritime charities.

Looking ahead to the Royal visit, Andrew Webster, chief executive of Mercator Media, commented: “Seawork is honoured that Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has chosen to officially open the 25th anniversary edition of Seawork.”

He added: “The visit of Her Royal Highness marks a very special year for this highly regarded commercial maritime exhibition and for everyone involved in this vibrant sector of the maritime industry.”