The Queen Consort will be making a special trip to Suffolk today. 

Camilla will be visiting the west Suffolk town of Newmarket to help mark the anniversary of a historic racing school. 

UPDATE: Camilla CANCELS visit to Suffolk

Here is everything we know so far about the visit:

Where is the Queen Consort visiting in Suffolk?

Camilla will be visiting the British Racing School which was first opened by her husband King Charles III in November 1983. 

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

Why is the Queen Consort visiting Newmarket?

The Queen Consort will be visiting Newmarket to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the British Racing School. 

What roads will be closed ahead of the Queen Consort's visit to Newmarket?

During the Royal visit Palace Street will be closed between 10am and 2pm.  

Why does the Royal Family have such a strong connection with Newmarket?

The Royal Family has always had a strong connection with Newmarket. 

Queen Elizabeth II, Camilla's late mother-in-law, had her first win as a monarch at Newmarket. 

Her horse 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 great fondness for the west Suffolk town.