Princess Anne opens phase one of Ulster University's new Belfast campus
Princess Anne has opened the the first phase of Ulster University's campus project in Belfast city centre.
She unveiled a plaque officially opening the building in York Street and signed a visitors' book.
Students presented the princess with a piece of jewellery based on the Giant's Causeway.
The building is part of a planned 75,000 square metre campus that is intended to serve up to 15,000 students and staff.
The £250m investment will create a hub for research and innovation.
The princess was greeted by civic leaders, First Minister Arlene Foster and Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry.