Royal diary – latest Royal engagements 11-17th April

William and Kate continue their tour of India and Bhutan, while Princess Anne keeps notching up the numbers on her engagements.

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The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester will perform a number of engagements. UK in Holy See

11th April:

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh will unveil an Airfields of Britain Conservation Trust memorial marker at Smith’s Lawn, Windsor Great Park.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to New Delhi.

Anne, Princess Royal will attend a reception at Speaker’s House, House of Commons, as president of the Carers Trust. She will also old the Commonwealth Study Conference Leaders Conference Opening Reception at St. James’s Palace that evening, as president of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conferences.

Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, as president of British Expertise, will present the British Expertise International Awards at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington.

Prince Edward, Duke of Kent will join Princess Anne at the Commonwealth Study Conference Leaders Programme reception, at St. James’s Palace.

12th April:

– It is to Asasm for William and Kate, where they will visit Kaziranga National Park amongst other things.

The Princess Royal will be in Scotland. During the day Anne will visit the Carlisle Group at Blackdyke Farm Riding and Competition Centre in Carlisle, in her capacity as president of Riding for the Disabled Association. Then she will attend a dinner at the Beatson Institute, Glasgow, as patron of Tenovus Scotland.

The Duke of Kent will officially name the world’s largest aircraft, the Airlander 10, in the historic Cardington Hangar 1.

Princess Alexandra, as Honorary Freewoman of The Worshipful Company of Clothworkers, will attend a reception at Clothworkers’ Hall, London.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex is to hold a meeting at Buckingham Palace to promote The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, as chairman of Women in Business.

Anne will visit Wigan and Leigh Carers Centre,as president of Carers Trust

– A busy day in Birmingham for The Duke of Gloucester: he will visit Wat Santiwongsaram Temple in Birmingham, then will visit Soho House in the city to celebrate the Lunar Society’s 250th Anniversary. The Duke will open Birmingham Dogs Home Birmingham Centre in Solihull, before heading to Coventry as a companion of City of Coventry Freemen’s Guilds, to visit Council House and celebrate their 70th Anniversary.

Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester is to attend a service at Peterborough Cathedral to mark the 50th anniversary of her patronage, Shine.

The Duke of Kent, Chancellor of the University of Surrey, will attend the Alf Adams Lecture, at the university.

Princess Alexandra will visit The House of St Barnabas in London as their patron.

13th April:

The Cambridges are to spend the day focused on conservation, still in Assam.

14th April:

William and Catherine move to Bhutan and meet The King and Queen.

Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex is to spend the day in Bristol with his wife, the Countess. He will visit Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society Limited at Bristol Zoo Gardens as their patron. The couple will visit Wild Place Project to open The Mahali Pori Exhibit at the Wild Place Project,

The Princess Royal will attend the Lord High Admiral’s Divisions at Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Devon. Anne will also open the Seaton Jurassic Visitor Centre, the Underfleet.

The Duke of Gloucester, as patron of the Global Heritage Fund, will attend the Clays for Culture Charity Shoot at West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

15th April:

Will and Kate spend the day hiking in the Bhutanese mountains.

16th April:

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit the world famous Taj Mahal.

Sophie is to open the HQ of Girlguiding on Buckingham Palace Road, as their president.

Princess Anne will attend the Commonwealth Study Conference Leaders Final Day at the Urban Village Hotel Glasgow, as president of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conferences

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester will attend the Senior Finals of the Menuhin Competition, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre; Birgitte is president of the Royal Academy of Music.

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