Record-breaking British Army Captain Preet Chandi is expected to receive an honour at Windsor Castle.
Captain Preet Chandi, a physiotherapist from Derby dubbed Polar Preet, is one of the 67 people set to collect honours after she was made an MBE.
Last month, she broke the world record for the furthest solo, unaided polar expedition, covering 922 miles (1,484km) across Antarctica in 70 days and 16 hours.
During a visit to Landau Forte College in Derby earlier this month, the Princess of Wales praised the 34-year-old as a "huge inspiration to me".
Princess Kate added: "I just think it's incredible, what you've been able to achieve."
Captain Chandi completed a 700-mile (1,127km) ski across Antarctica to the South Pole in 40 days in January last year, becoming the first woman of colour to do so.
Last week, she had her second world record confirmed, after had already become the first Asian female to complete a solo ski expedition to the South Pole in 2022.
The polar explorer spoke to Forces News about the impact of her Antarctic trek on her body, as she was waiting for surgery.
During the trek, she picked up an injury known as "polar thigh" as her body was battered by the hostile Antarctic weather.