Princess Anne opens Cheltenham Racecourse grandstand
Princess Anne has officially opened a new grandstand at Cheltenham Racecourse that is named after her.
The Princess Royal Grandstand is the final part of a £45m redevelopment of the course, which has taken 19 months to complete.
She said it was a "real honour and privilege" to have the stand named after her.
The stand, which replaces the previous 1920s structure, houses restaurants, bars and a new royal box.
The redevelopment is the largest project ever undertaken by the Jockey Club.
Robert Waley-Cohen, chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse, said it was "complex" to organise "as we were determined to continue racing here throughout the building of the 14 separate elements in this project".
A champagne bar on the first floor will be named after the horse Big Buck's, who won four World Hurdles at the Cheltenham Festival and a record 18 consecutive races.
The princess, who is an accomplished horsewoman, also opened a festival of racing at the racecourse.