Queen's outfits at Hillsborough Castle exhibition
A new exhibition of outfits worn by the Queen during recent state visits will open to the public at Hillsborough Castle in County Down on Thursday.
Among the collection are outfits worn by the Queen during her Diamond Jubilee visit to Northern Ireland last year and her historic visit to Dublin in May 2011.
Five of the six outfits on display were designed by Angela Kelly.
She has been personal assistant and senior dresser to the Queen since 2002.
The sixth outfit was designed by Karl Ludwig.
The Northern Ireland Secretary of State, Theresa Villiers, has welcomed the exhibition of the Queen's outfits at Hillsborough Castle,
"It is always a great privilege to have Her Majesty The Queen's outfits on display at Hillsborough Castle.
"This year we have secured the exhibition for an extra month so that many more visitors to the castle will have the chance to admire the collection."