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A jetty for the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers in Portsmouth has been officially named by Princess Anne.
The Princess Royal Jetty has been strengthened to accommodate the 65,000-tonne Queen Elizabeth class carriers.
Formerly known as Middle Slip Jetty, the 90-year-old structure has been upgraded over the past 18 months.
After the naming ceremony, the princess met bomb disposal experts who have dealt with World War Two bombs unearthed during dredging work.
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