The Royal Family has announced that the Princess Royal, Princess Anne, will visit New Zealand later this month.
Princess Anne has visited New Zealand a total of eight times, with the latest being in 2008.
It is also the first royal visit since the then-Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall in 2019.
Princess Anne official role is the Colonel in Chief of the Royal New Zealand Corps of Signals. She is travelling here to attend its 100th Anniversary celebrations at Linton Military Camp in Palmerston North.
She will also lay a wreath at Pukeahu National War Memorial in Wellington and rededicate the War Memorial at Cathedral Square in Christchurch.
She will be accompanied by her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.
Princess Ann is 72 years old and is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II.