The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are to visit Pembrokeshire next month.

Their Royal Highnesses will visit Llangwm and Eglwyswrw as part of the couple's annual summer visit to Wales between July 2 and July 6.

A release from Clarence House, said: "The Prince of Wales and The Duchess will visit the Cleddau estuary community of Llangwm and celebrate their rich community spirit.

"TRH will meet local chef Owen Hall who will attempt to break the record for the world's biggest Welsh cake.

"TRH will also meet local artists, craft people and fishermen by the estuary."

The Duchess of Cornwall will also visit the famous Dyfed Shire Horse Farm at Eglwyswrw.

The family-run enterprise breeds Shire Horses and produced the Drum Horse that the Household Cavalry still use for ceremonial events.

Her Royal Highness will also travel in a horse drawn cart during her visit.

During the visit to Wales TRHs will be based in His Royal Highness's house near Llandovery.

A Clarence House spokesperson said: 'The Prince and The Duchess are really looking forward to their annual summer visit to Wales where they will be celebrating key anniversaries for the National Health Service, the Heart of Wales railway line and the 90th anniversary of Gwent Association of Voluntary Organisation.

"Their Royal Highnesses relish the opportunity to meet members of the community who are making a difference to Welsh life.'