Princess Anne has officially opened Les Quennevais School, the Strive sports training centre, and the butterfly enclosure at Jersey Zoo.
Her Royal Highness also went to a memorial service at St Saviour's Church and presented service medals to members of the Jersey Field Squadron.
It was officially opened today in front of rows of schoolchildren waving Jersey and UK flags.
The £9million high-performance Strive training facility opened its doors last month. The British and Irish Lions have been training there in recent days as part of preparations for their tour of South Africa.
What an incredible day! HRH The Princess Royal joined us today to officially open the Health Club and the Academy, and what an occasion it was. #royalvisit #strivejersey #gobeyond pic.twitter.com/590jNWzwys— Strive Health Club (@StriveJersey) June 24, 2021
It was the Princess Royal's first visit to Jersey since 2019, when she toured Jersey College for Girls and had a picnic with students.