THE BEST place to see the duke and duchess of Sussex when they visit Birkenhead has been revealed.

Harry and Meghan will travel to Wirral on Monday, January 14 to see several organisations which support and empower groups within the Birkenhead community.

The royal couple were invited to the area by Birkenhead MP Frank Field and the Lieutenancy of Liverpool.

On the day they will meet members of the public in Hamilton Square where they will also be viewing a new sculpture which marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Birkenhead war poet Wilfred Owen.

The duke and duchess, who are expecting their first child in Spring, will also visit Tomorrow's Women Wirral, an organisation that supports women in vulnerable situations and state-of-the-art youth zone The Hive.

But, according to Mr Field, the best place to see the royals is Hamilton Square at around 11am.

In a tweet by Frank Field's Birkenhead Community News, they revealed: "If you want a chance to see Harry and Meghan on Monday, we’ve been advised that the best place to be is Hamilton Square at around 11am when the couple will be conducting a public walkabout."

Today, Kensington Palace revealed that the Queen has passed on two patronages to Meghan - The National Theatre and The Association of Commonwealth Universities.

The Queen has held these roles for 45 and 33 years respectively.

Meghan will also take on patronage of two charities Smart Works and Mayhew as part of her working portfolio.