Royal Diary – the latest Royal engagements: 16-22nd 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 16th – 22nd November 2015.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a State Reception at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand, where they also unveiled a portrait of The Queen by artist Nick Cuthell, Wednesday 9th April 2014. Picture by i-Images UK OUT 28 days from date of creation .

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Wales. Picture by i-Images

16th November:

–  Princess Anne will attend a British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly dinner at Cheltenham Racecourse.

 The evening will see Princess Alexandra attend a dinner in honour of Saint Margaret of Scotland at the Caledonian Club in London.

17th November:

–  Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh will open a conference of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation at Lambeth Palace, London.

–  Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge will attend the Fostering Excellence Awards in London.

–  Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex is to visit Bolton School to mark the school’s Centenary, before going to University Technical College at the University of Bolton, to officially open the college. Prince Edward will also attend the award ceremony for the 2015 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting at the Royal Exchange Theatre Company in Manchester.

 The University of the Highlands and Islands will be receiving their Chancellor, Princess Anne. She will open Inverness College and attend Foundation Day in Inverness. In her role as patron of the Vine Trust, the Princess will also hold a 30th Anniversary dinner at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

–  Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester will attend a Reception at Barber-Surgeons’ Hall in London, as Colonel in Chief of Royal Army Medical Corps.

 A luncheon will take Princess Alexandra to Fishmongers Hall, London, for the Stanhope Gold Medal Luncheon, as president of the Royal Humane Society.

18th November:

 The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award will hold a reception at St James’s Palace for those who have achieved the Gold Award. Prince Philip will attend as patron. That evening, the Duke will host a dinner to mark the Royal Yacht Squadron’s bicentenary at Buckingham Palace as Admiral of the squadron.

–  Prince William is scheduled to visit The Royal Marsden’s Centre for Molecular Pathology and West Wing Clinical Research Centre, as their president.

 Meanwhile Catherine’s day will be spent Bank of America Merill Lynch Offices in London for a Headteacher’s Conference as patron of Place2Be.

–  The Earl of Wessex, as trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, will attend a breakfast meeting at the Lanesborough Hotel; he will then hold a trustees’ meeting at Buckingham Palace, before attending the award’s trustees’ dinner at the Lanesborough Hotel, London.

 On the agenda for Sophie, Countess of Wessex is a dinner at Saddlers’ Hall, London, for Moor House School, of which she is patron.

–  Princess Anne is to attend the Secret Winter Gala at the Guildhall in her role as president of Save the Children UK.

 And lastly, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent will attend King Edward VII’s Hospital Friends Annual Reception at Lord’s Cricket Ground, London.

19th November:

–  The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will spend the day in Birmingham; there Her Majesty will open Birmingham Dental Hospital and School of Dentistry, before attending a Service of Dedication for the Pals War Memorial outside Birmingham New Street Station. Next, the couple are to visit the Midland Metro Tram Extension, and name a new tram. Finally, The Queen will officially re-open Birmingham New Street Station.

 Returned from his tour of New Zealand and Australia, The Prince of Wales is due to attend an exhibition by postgraduate students from The Royal Drawing School at Christie’s Auction House, as president of the school. 

–  The Duke of Cambridge will spend his evening launching an awards evening at HSBC for his patronage Centrepoint.

–  Prince Edward’s day will be spent with the trustees of The Prince Philip Trust Fund for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. He will chair a meeting and hold a dinner.

 Meanwhile Princess Anne, as Honorary Vice President of the Royal Geographical Society, will open the Antarctic Legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton and Frank Hurley Exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society, in London, before heading to Glasgow to open the Jolomo Exhibition, the Mitchell Library, and the Police Scotland Dalmarnock Facility. In the evening Anne will be hosting a 5 Nations dinner and award ceremony at Buckingham Palace for UK Youth, of which she is patron.

–  The Graduation Ceremony at the University of Worcester will see The Duke of Gloucester as the Chancellor present. Prince Richard will then officially open Worcester Fire Station.

20th November:

–  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will spend the day in North Wales. They will visit Caernarfon, Snowdonia, and Denbigh for charity MIND, focussing on the mental health and wellbeing of young people.

–  The Princess Royal, as president of the Royal Yachting Association, will chair the Annual General Meeting, and attend an awards ceremony, reception and luncheon in London.

21st November:

–  Anne is to attend the 30th Anniversary Conference at The Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, as president of the Medical Equestrian Association.

22nd November:

–  Prince Edward’s day will be spent in Glasgow; he will attend the final of the 2015 Scottish Open Grand Prix of Badminton at the Emirates Arena, as patron of Badminton Scotland. That evening, the Earl will attend a dinner for the organisation.

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