A busy week, with almost every Royal out ‘pressing the flesh’. The Wessexes will head to Canada, William will watch the football and Charles and Camilla head to Scotland.
– Prince William will attend the England vs Slovakia game in St Etienne, as Vice Royal Patron of the FA.
A quiet day on the Royal front…
– The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay (Prince Charles and Camilla) will attend the “From Harris to Paris” exhibition, part of the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Edinburgh, and Charles alone, as patron, will visit Abbeyfield, Perth. Charles will also attend a reception for supporters of Step Up To Serve at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The Prince of Wales is to visit H.M.S Prince of Wales in Rosyth, Fife, as Admiral of the Fleet.
– Manchester will welcome Prince Harry as he joins the England u-20 Rugby team
– Prince Edward and Sophie are heading to Canada. The Earl, as chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, and Sophie, as a global ambassador, will attend a Charter for Business dinner at Commerce Court West, Toronto, Canada.
– Anne, Princess Royal will dedicate a Marble Poppy Sculpture in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, and then attend a garden party for Dorothy House Hospice Care’s 40th birthday at Dorothy House, Bradford Upon Avon, Wiltshire. The Princess will also attend a meeting of the Election Court in the Fishmongers’ Hall as a Renter Warden. There will then be an Election Day Service at St. Magnus the Martyr, as well as a dinner at the Fishmongers’ Hall.
– The Duke of Gloucester will present the Patron’s Awards for the Almshouse Association – of which he is Vice Royal Patron – at the Charity of Elizabeth Jane Jones, Feltham, Middlesex.
– The Duke of Kent is to attend a Ground Breaking Ceremony at The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, The Treasury Office. He is a Royal Bencher.
– The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will visit Liverpool’s Town Hall, officially open Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, visit the International Festival for Business 2016 and officially open the Exhibition Centre Liverpool.
– Charles and Camilla are to attend the Dumfries House Future Textiles Sewing Bee Challenge and the Dumfries House Dog Show at Dumfries House, Ayrshire. The Duke of Rothesay will open The Prince’s Trust’s youth employment and enterprise hub in Glasgow, as the trust’s president. Meanwhile Camilla will commemorate the 85th anniversary of Scotland’s Gardens at Winton House Pencaitland, East Lothian.
– The Earl and Countess of Wessex continue in Canada. Edward is to attend a Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award ceremony and reception at the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada, Winnipeg, as well as a number of engagements at the centre with Sophie; they will also lunch here. The Earl, as patron of the Globe Theatre Saskatchewan, and Countess of Wessex, will attend the 50th Anniversary Gala, Conexus Arts Centre, Regina. Sophie will also visit Deer Lodge Veterans Hospital, Winnipeg.
– The Princess Royal, patron of the Restorative Justice Council, will attend the 1st Anniversary of Restorative Justice Champions Initiative at Amnesty International HQ, and a summer reception for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, of which she is patron, at Stationer’s Hall. Lastly, Anne will host a dinner at St James’s Palace for her old school and its Gordonstoun Plus Campaign.
– The Duke of Gloucester, as patron of the Construction Youth Trust, will attend a dinner for The Duke of Gloucester’s Young Achievers Scheme at Mosimann’s, London.
– The Duke of Kent will visit Project John Limited, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. Prince Edward shall visit Bay Search and Rescue, Flookburgh, and Tritech International Limited, Ulverston, Lancashire.
– The Queen is to host a reception for The Queen’s Young Leaders at Buckingham Palace.
– The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall can be seen at the National Piping Centre, Dumfries House, of which Charles is patron. Charles will also attend the launch of the partnership between the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Dumfries House.
– Princess Alexandra, as president of The Royal Star and Garter Homes, will attend a centenary dinner at the Imperial War Museum
– The Duke of Kent will attend the Royal Academy of Engineering awards dinner at the Tower of London, as a Royal Fellow.
– The Earl of Wessex will carry out in engagements in Regina, before attending a reception for those who have achieved the Gold Standard in the DofE Award at Government House. Edward will also a reception and lunch at the Duncan Family Farm, Regina, and visit the Royal Canadian Mounted Police training centre, as their Honorary Deputy Commissioner.
– The Countess of Wessex meanwhile, will attend a meeting at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre, then a Regimental dinner at Government House, Alberta, as Colonel in Chief of The South Alberta Light Horse.
– The Princess Royal, as Commandant-in-Chief (Youth) for St. John Ambulance, will open the new headquarters in Cherry Hinton, Cambridge, and visit Peterborough and District Group of Riding for the Disabled for its 50th anniversary at Grasslands Equestrian Centre. As Colonel-in-Chief of The Royal Logistic Corps, Princess Anne will visit 20 Transport Squadron and open the families quarters at Regent’s Park Barracks, before joining the Duke of Kent at the Tower of London for the RAoE awards dinner.
– The Duke of Edinburgh, joined by Princess Alexandra, will attend the St. George’s House Annual Lecture at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
– The Prince of Wales is to visit Bute Fabrics on the Isle of Bute, and appear at the Howard Doris Centre, Lochcarron, Ross and Cromarty.
– Globe Theatre in Regina will welcome Prince Edward before the Wessexes head to Calgary. Then he will go to Olympic Park in Calgary for a Gold DofE Award ceremony. His wife will join him for a reception at the National Music Centre
– Sophie, as Colonel in Chief of The South Alberta Light Horse, will attend engagements in Edmonton.
– Anne, as president of Riding for the Disabled Association, will attend a Horse Rangers Open Day, Hampton, Middlesex.
– The Duke of Kent – who is Field Marshal of the Army – will attend the Armed Forces Day National Event, Civic Centre in Cleethorpes, Lincs.
– Princess Alexandra is to attend a Concert at St Richard’s Church, Richmond.