Published Thursday, 10 November 2011
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She visited the Facing North Art Exhibition in the city, which is showing portraits by Kenny McKendry, the sales of which are set to benefit charity Save the Children around £35,000.
Princess Anne is a patron of the charity, and seemed very impressed by the artworks, which were displayed alongside their real-life counterparts.
John Linehan - better known as May McFetridge - said he was "very flattered" to be a part of the exhibition.
"I think Kenny's done a fabulous job. He's taken about four pounds off my chin, well off one of them anyway!
"I don't know about May in the background, she looks a bit spooky. Then again, doesn't she always?"
Princess Anne was also present at the Northern Ireland Launch of the Woodland Trust's Jubilee Woods' Project at Oakfield Glen in Carrickfergus, Co Antrim.
The project will celebrate next year's Diamond Jubilee by encouraging millions of people to come together to plant an ambitious six million trees.
The project's aim is to create 60 new Diamond Woods, each over 60 acres in size, across the UK - one wood for each year of The Queen's reign.
Princess Anne also visited a Belfast company which makes maritime safety and survival equipment.
Accompanied by Secretary of State Owen Paterson, she went on a tour of the RFD Beaufort Limited factory in Dunmurry where she met staff and was told of the firm's success over the last few years.
Their clients include some of the world's navies, airlines and largest cruise and shipping operators.
In the final engagement of the day, Princess Anne attended the opening of the Titanic Quarter site of Belfast Metropolitan College.
The flagship headquarters cost £44m and will cater for up to 5,000 full and part-time students.