Royal diary: upcoming engagements 23-30th April

A busy week for the Royal Family, with a baby on the way today!

Prince Harry has made an undisclosed donation to help Brazilian children watch the Paralympic Games. I-images

23rd April:

– Prince Harry will attend the 25th Annivsersary Commemorative Service for Stephen Lawrence.

– The Princess Royal will attend the St. George’s Day Service to mark the 40th anniversary of the Gloucestershire Branch of the Royal Society of St. George, at Gloucester Cathedral.

– The Duke of Kent, Colonel-in-Chief, will attend a Thanksgiving Service to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Founding of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, Chapel Royal, Tower Of London. He will also attend a luncheon to celebrate this at Mercers’ Hall, London.

24th April:

– The Duke of York. Colonel in Chief, The Yorkshire Regiment, will attend a Medals Parade for the 2nd Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, Richmond Castle, North Yorkshire; Andrew will also attend The Duke of York Community Initiative Awards at Sheffield Cathedral as their patron. Back in London, he will will attend the Papua New Guinea Trade and Investment Forum, Bishopsgate.

– The Countess of Wessex, President of the Truro Christmas Primestock & Produce Show, will attend the Annual General Meeting, St Erme Community Centre,Truro, Cornwall; she will also visit Tregolls School, and Tregassow Asparagus Farm.

– The Earl of Wessex, patron of the National Youth Theatre, will attend a performance of The Fall at Holloway Road Rehearsal Rooms, and as patron of The Tennis and Rackets Association, Prince Edward will attend a Real Tennis World Championships reception and dinner at Queen’s Club, London.

– The Duke of Kent, President of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies will attend a dinner, London.

– The Duke of Gloucester will open the newly renovated Eling Tide Mill Experience, Eling Hill, Totton, Southampton; open the new Advanced Technolgy Centre at Eastleigh College, Hampshire; and open Lucas Court, Melrose Gardens, Gosport, as Vice Royal Patron of the Almshouse Association.

25th April:

– The Queen, Colonel-in-Chief, will present a New Standard to the Royal Tank Regiment at Windsor Castle.

– Prince Harry will attend the ANZAC Day Dawn Service with Meghan Markle, as well as a service at Westminster Abbey after lunch. Between these events, Harry will attend the ANZAC Day Cenotaph Wreath Laying.

– The Duke of York, Founder, Pitch@Palace, will host Pitch@Palace 9.0, St. James’s Palace.

– The Countess of Wessex will visit the Weeping Window Display at Hereford Cathedral, and visit Hereford Cider Museum.

-The Princess Royal, patron of the Whitley Fund for Nature, will attend the Whitley Awards Ceremony at the Royal Geographical Society, London. Princess Anne will also attend a Trustees Meeting for RNVR Youth Sail Training Trust at Pennington Manches LLP, as its patron; attend a luncheon at the Baltic Exchange as president of the Mission to Seafarers Limited; and as Past Master of The Worshipful Company of Carmen, will attend the Joint Services Awards Dinner at Plaisterers Hall.

– The Duke of Gloucester, patron of the Global Heritage Fund UK, will attend a luncheon at the Garrick Club, London.

– The Duke of Kent, Grand Master of United Grand Lodge of England, will attend the Annual Investiture, Freemasons’ Hall, London.

26th April:

– Prince Harry will officially open the Greenhouse Centre, Westminster, which will provide sport, coaching and social facilities for young people in the surrounding community.

– The Earl of Wessex, Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, will visit Seacourt Tennis Club, Hampshire, in celebration of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Real Tennis Tour 2018. He will also visit UTC Portsmouth.

– The Countess of Wessex, Chair of the Women in Business Committee, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, will attend a Technology Reception at Google Offices, London.

– The Princess Royal, Prime Warden, the Fishmongers’ Company, will visit Billingsgate Market, London and subsequently attend a breakfast at Fishmongers’ Hall. Anne will also attend a reception at the Pontone Gallery, London, as president of the Animal Health Trust.

– The Duke of Gloucester will visit Accord Hospice, Paisley, Renfrewshire; open the Scottish War Blinded Hawkhead Centre, Paisley; visit West College Scotland, Paisley Campus; visit Peak Scientific Instruments Limited, Inchinnan.

– Princess Alexandra, Royal Patron of the Alzheimer’s Society, will hold an Awards Ceremony and reception at St James’s Palace.

27th April:

– The Duke of York will visit Help Harry Help Others Cancer Drop In Centre, Birmingham; visit Turnpike Centre, Wigan; go to Manchester Metropolitan University; visit Laing O’Rourke Explore Manufacturing, Nottinghamshire.

– The Countess of Wessex, President of Brainwave, will attend a Charity Shoot at Cowdray Estate, Sussex.

– The Princess Royal, patron of the Holy Trinity Church Appeal, will attend a Dedication Service and Reception, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire.

29th April:

– The Duke of Kent, Colonel will lay up the 2nd Battalion Scots Guards’ Old Colours at the Guards’ Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London.

30th April:

– The Earl of Wessex, Chairman of Trustees of The Prince Philip Trust Fund for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, will chair a Trustees’ Meeting at St George’s House and afterwards attend a dinner at the Norman Tower, Windsor Castle.

– The Princess Royal, Patron of The Royal College of Midwives, will visit Wishaw General Hospital Maternity Unit, Lanarkshire; visit Thales United Kingdom on the occasion of their 25th Anniversary, Glasgow; visit Healthcare Environmental Group Limited’s Waste to Energy Plant, Shotts, Lanarkshire.

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