Prince William is to visit Triumph Motorcycles in Hinckley next week, to celebrate the success and expertise of British manufacturing and development.
The royal visit will take place on Tuesday 20th February.
However, the Prince will not be accompanied by his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, who is due to give birth to their third child in April.
At Triumph Motorcycles the Duke will tour the factory and walk the assembly line, meeting technicians and apprentices working on-site.
His Royal Highness will then officially open the Triumph Motorcycles Factory Visitor Experience.
On the trip, the Prince will also visit the MIRA Technology Park in Warwickshire, which is at the forefront of automotive testing & technology.
Prince William will view a selection of vehicles and equipment that have been developed at the technology park.
Kensington Palace says it expects the day to be one which celebrates world-class British vehicular manufacture, research and development.
It’s the second time in a month that the Duke of Cambridge has visited the Midlands; he was in Coventry with Kate in January.
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