Published: 12:33, 24 October 2019
| Updated: 16:21, 24 October 2019
Kent is set to have a visit from Her Majesty The Queen.
Queen Elizabeth will visit the county on November 6.
It's now been revealed the 93-year-old will visit Royal British Legion Industries in Aylesford.
In 2015 The Queen visited Canterbury Cathedral and Capel Le Ferne.
Accompanied by the Commanding Officer of 36 Engineers, Lt Col Simon Hulme, Her Majesty inspected the troops and met the 5,000th Queen's Gurkha Engineer, Spr Bal Budha Magar.
KMTV reports on the RBLI receiving donation to help rebuild the centenary village
It was The Queen's first visit to Margate since July 1993.
This is the third royal visit to the county with Prince Charles greeting the Gurkhas at Shorncliffe Barracks in July and Duchess of Cornwall launched the Spirit of Discovery in June.