Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are coming to Birmingham tomorrow

They will be attending various events in the city

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will soon arrive in Birmingham to join female secondary schools celebrating International Woman's Day.

Revealed in an official statement from Kensington Palace, the visit will be the last stop on a regional tour which has seen the royals already visit Edinburgh, Cardiff, Brixton, and Nottingham.

Revealing the news on their official Twitter page, the palace explained that the visit would see the couple 'learn more about the work of two projects which support young people from the local community."

Expected to arrive around 11am, they will attend an event which encourages young women to pursue careers in the STEM subjects (maths, science, technology, and engineering). The soon-to-be-wed couple are expected to chat to students about their motivations and aspirations in these areas.

Although the event is known to be held by Stemettes at Millenium Point, the exact timings of the day are being kept secret. However, the event will also provide students with information about university, work-experience, apprenticeships, and other educational choices they will have to make in the coming years.

The prince and Ms Markle are also expected to attend the Nechells Wellbeing Centre later in the day for a tour and to join Birmingham's Coach Core apprentices, a scheme which was created by the royals to train young people with limited opportunities to become community sports coaches and mentors.

Ms Markle will become the schemes fourth patron when she marries Prince Harry in May, alongside her husband and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.