Camilla, the Queen Consort, will be in Suffolk this week. 

Camilla will be in the county visiting Newmarket on Thursday to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the British Racing School. 

The British Racing School was officially opened in November 1983 by her husband King Charles, who was then the Prince of Wales. 

Later in the day, Her Royal Highness is expected to visit the British Sporting Art Trust in the town. 

Queen Elizabeth II, Camilla's mother-in-law, had a strong love for horseracing and for Newmarket

Her first winner as monarch came at Newmarket, when Choir Boy, trained by Cecil Boyd-Rochfort and ridden by Harry Carr, won the Wilburton Handicap on May 13, 1952.

After the win, the Queen grew a fondness for the west Suffolk town.

Camilla will be joining her husband His Royal Highness King Charles as they travel to Colchester as part of a series of events to celebrate its city status on Tuesday