The Prince of Wales visited the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool yesterday (12 February) in recognition of its new Royal status.
The iconic waterfront was granted status by The Queen last year ahead of its 175th anniversary in 2021.
The official engagement in the city also saw the Prince attend a number of other locations including the University of Liverpool alongside the Duchess of Cornwall, and the landmark St George’s Hall.
Whilst at Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, His Royal Highness met Dave Roscoe, chair of the dock’s board of directors; Sue Grindrod, chief executive or Royal Albert Dock Liverpool Ltd; and representatives of local businesses and attractions at the leisure destination.
Prince Charles had previously reopened the regenerated dock in May 1988 with the opening of Tate Liverpool, following a full restoration of the waterfront site after years of decline and near demolition.