Royal Diary – the latest Royal engagements: 23-28th November

The Royal Diary on The Crown Chronicles is here to keep you informed of the latest Royal engagements carried out by the Royal Family.

Take a look at the latest upcoming engagements for the Royal Family for the week 23rd – 28th November 2015.

January 20, 2015 - London, United Kingdom: Prince Edward and Sophie, Earl and Countess of Wessex, attend engagements in support of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Trust and Tomorrow's People on the Countess' 50th birthday. The Countess of Wessex, Patron, Tomorrow's People, accompanied by the Earl of Wessex, visited the Tomorrow's People Social Enterprises, St Anselm's Church, Kennington, to meet staff and supporters at work on the Flower Stall, Coffee Mob and Market Garden. Their Royal Highnesses were greeted by school children and tour the different enterprises, all of which offer training and development for young people and adults aiming to get back into work. Finally, the Countess was presented with a birthday cake by a Tomorrow's People client now employed at the local bakery and received flowers from the Flower Stall. (Robin Nunn/Nunn Syndication/Polaris) ///

A busy week for Edward and Sophie. (Polaris)

23rd November:

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales will visit ‘The House of Dorchester’ chocolate factory in Dorset.

Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex is in Glasgow and the surrounding area for the day. He is to attend a Meeting at Baker Tilly, Glasgow, as trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Prince Edward will also visit Eastwood High School in Newton Mearns, before he pays Whyte and Mackay whiskey a visit, as an honorary member of the Incorporation of Coopers of Glasgow. An awards ceremony and lunch will follow at the Trades Hall of Glasgow for the organisation, after which Edward will be at Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse.

– Meanwhile, Sophie, Countess of Wessex is to hold a reception for the Healing Foundation at St. James’s Palace as their patron.

24th November:

 The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a Service at Westminster Abbey on the occasion of the Inauguration of the Tenth General Synod of the Church of England, followed by the Inauguration Ceremony in Church House.

Prince Philip, as President Emeritus of the World Wide Fund for Nature International, will present The Duke of Edinburgh Conservation Medal and hold a luncheon at Buckingham Palace.

– The Wayra Academy will host their patron, Prince Charles, as they celebrate the second anniversary of the #iwill campaign at Shropshire House, London.

– The Tusk Conservation Awards will take place at Claridge’s, London; Prince William, Duke of Cambridge will attend.

–  The Earl and Countess of Wessex will host a dinner for the International Special Projects of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation. This will likely be at one of the Palaces.

– During the day, Sophie will be in the Midlands. The Countess will visit The School of Jewellery, Birmingham City University, then open phase 1 of the new University College Birmingham Campus. Later, Stourbridge will see Sophie at Happy Hours, The Elton Centre, where she will present The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services.

Princess Anne’s day begins with the opening of the Youth Employment Convention 2015 at the Mermaid, Puddle Dock, London, as patron of National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE). Next it is to Dartmouth House for a public speaking event as president of the English-Speaking Union of the Commonwealth. A reception will be held at The Royal Mews for Racing Welfare, of which The Princess Royal is patron, before Anne hosts a dinner at Windsor Castle for her patronage, First World War Centenary Woods Project.

– The Duke of Gloucester is in Bristol; here he will visit Hotwells Primary School to mark the 10th Anniversary of their ‘Garden for Life’. The Friends of Arnos Vale Cemetery will receive The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service from Prince Richard and the Duke will also spend time with Youth Moves, part of his presidency for Ambition.

 25th November:

The Princess Royal will visit Capel Manor College, Middlesex, before heading to the University of London for Foundation Day at their chancellor.

– Chairing a judging panel for the British Expertise International Awards will be The Duke of Gloucester as their president. As president of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, Richard will attend a reception in support of Barts Charity at the hospital.

Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, as chief patron of Hope For Youth Northern Ireland, will attend a charity swim and dinner at the Porchester Hall, London.

26th November:

Prince Harry lands in Lesotho to begin his tour of southern Africa.

Prince Edward is an Honorary Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers; he will visit Aske’s Hatcham College, before hosting a dinner at Buckingham Palace for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation’s Young Canadian’s Challenge Charter for Business.

– Tomorrow’s People will have their annual awards for achievement at The Grange City Hotel, London; The Countess of Wessex will attend.

The Princess Royal is to attend a Conferment and Awards Ceremony at Central Hall Westminster, for the British School of Osteopathy as their patron, then she will be at One Great George Street for the 150th Anniversary dinner of the Engineer and Logistic Staff Corps of the Royal Engineers.

27th November:

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will attend the Commonwealth Heads Of Government Meeting in Valletta, Malta.

– Anne, as Royal patron of London Scottish Football Club, will attend a St. Andrew’s Day luncheon at the Savoy Hotel, London.

The Duchess of Gloucester is to watch the Davis Cup Final between Belgium and Great Britain in Ghent, Belgium. Birgitte is honorary president of the Lawn Tennis Association.

28th November:

Charles and Camilla will still be in Valetta, Malta for CHOGM.

Prince Harry will play in the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup for Sentebale in Cape Town, South Africa.

– Still in Ghent, The Duchess of Gloucester will attend another Davis Cup Final between the two countries.

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