Before he became King Charles III, the Prince of Wales visited Yorkshire many times over the years - let’s take a look at the times he has surprised Yorkshire locals ahead of his first visit to the region since his accession to the throne.
Here are some other locations in Yorkshire, King Charles III, formerly Prince of Wales, has visited over the years.
1. Lodge Moor Hospital
Prince Charles chats to patients and staff in the Sports Hall at Lodge Moor Hospital, Sheffield in June 1987. Photo: Sheffield Newspapers
2. Pub in the Yorkshire Dales
Prince Charles will enjoy a traditional pub lunch with a group of farmers and a local dominoes team during a visit to the Yorkshire Dales in December 2004. Photo: PA
3. RAF Finningley
Prince Charles chats to officers who organised the event at RAF Finningley, now Doncaster Sheffield Airport, in July 1977. Photo: Yorkshire Post Archives
Prince Charles chats to the Dean of York Very Rev Vivien Faull and Sarah Brown Director of the York Glaziers Trust in July 2013. Photo: Simon Hulme