THE Princess Royal will be making a special visit to the Winchester area tomorrow.

She will be visiting the British Armed Forces Nutrition Programme at the Royal Logistic Corps Regimental Museum in Connaught Road, Worthy Down.

The Princess Royal has been a patron of the British Nutrition Foundation since 1988.

The Princess RoyalThe Princess Royal (Image: PA)

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The foundation works to promote healthy, sustainable diets and to make nutritional science easily accessible for all people.

Opened in 1993, The Royal Logistics Corps Museum tells the story of logistical support in the British Armed Forces from Agencort to the modern day.

It also showcases parts of military history, such as an amphibious DUKW vehicle used in the D-Day landings as well as other items of note.