ROYALTY will be paying a visit to High Wycombe today when Prince Edward comes to town.

Edward, Earl of Wessex, will be unveiling a plaque at Eden as well as officially opening the new library.

The prince will be treated to a selection of songs by the Wycombe Primary Schools Choir and Sir William Borlase Gospel and Barber Shop Choir.

Also performing will be the Wycombe Youth Action dance troupe and the SV2G Steel Band.

Daniel Tomkinson, director of the Eden centre, said: "We are very excited that the Earl of Wessex has agreed to visit Eden and the new library.

"It's exciting that we have the opportunity to showcase our new centre and to celebrate its success with the help of many local young people. Its going to be a great day."

Young children will also be presenting Prince Edward with portraits they have drawn.

Those taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh of Edinburgh awards scheme will also have a chance to chat with the prince.