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Royal diary: upcoming royal engagements 2-8th March

by Victoria Howard

2nd March:

– The Princess Royal, President of the UK Fashion and Textile Association, will visit Corgi Hosiery Limited, Ammanford, Dyfed; Care and Repair in Gwent on the occasion of its 30th Anniversary; the South Wales Riding for the Disabled Association group, on the occasion of their 50th Anniversary, Bridgend College, Mid-Glamorgan – Princess Anne is their president.

Princess Anne had plenty of engagements this week (UK in Phillipines)

3rd March:

– The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge begin their three-day visit to Ireland with engagements in Dublin.

– The Princess Royal, Chancellor of the University of London, will attend the Worldwide Graduation Ceremony, the Barbican Centre, London. In her role as patron of the Animal Health Trust, Anne will chair a Council of Management Meeting, at Lanwades Park, Newmarket, ending her day with a dinner at St James’s Palace as Chancellor of The University of Edinburgh.

4th March:

– The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will travel in a new electric double decker bus to the London Transport Museum to take part in celebrations to mark 20 years of Transport for London.

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are heading to the Museum of Transport. (Daniel Leal-Olivas / i-Images)

– The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in County Meath on the second day of their Irish visit.

– The Earl of Wessex is undertaking engagements in his role as Trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Prince Edward will visit Christ Church Academy, Dover; Medway Open Award Centre, Gillingham; Cobham Hall Independent School, Gravesend;

– The Princess Royal, Fourth Warden of The Fishmongers’ Company, will attend a Livery Civic Dinner, Fishmongers’ Hall, London.

5th March:

– The Prince of Wales will visit Jesus College, Oxford, in recognition of the reinstatement of the Jesus Chair of Celtic, a professorship in Celtic Studies. Prince Charles will also visit Kellogg College to receive the Bynum Tudor Fellowship, which seeks to engage with influential thinkers and experienced practitioners in business, policy making, and culture.

– The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge end their visit to Ireland in Galway.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting Ireland this week.

– The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the Endeavour Awards in London.

– The Princess Royal, President of RedR UK, will attend a reception at the Institution of Structural Engineers, London. Anne will also attend the 28th National Equine Forum at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, as president of the forum.

– The Duke of Kent is in Newcastle; he will visit the International Centre for Life and meet pupils from local schools taking part in life science workshops in Times Square; view the Edge Foundation’s work with Excelsior Academy as their patron. In Sunderland, the Duke will visit Liebherr Sunderland Works Limited.

– Princess Alexandra, Patron of the English National Opera, will attend a Performance of Madam Butterfly, at the Coliseum, London.

6th March:

– The Prince of Wales, who is Patron of the Campaign for Wool, will visit Celtic Sheepskin & Co Ltd to mark the firm’s 30th Anniversary, Newquay; he will also attend a reception to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Cornish based charity Surfers Against Sewage, before officially opening the Nansledan development’s new school.

– The Duchess of Cornwall, in her capacity as President of WOW – Women of the World – will attend the Grand Opening of the WOW Festival 2020 to deliver a speech on Domestic Violence, Southbank Centre, London.

– Prince Harry is heading to Silverstone, for the official opening of the Silverstone UK Experience.

– The Earl of Wessex, Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, will attend a Halcyon Gallery reception at Castle Fine Art Gallery, Manchester. Prince Edward – who is President of the Sport and Recreation Alliance – will additionally attend the Alliance Awards at The King Power Stadium, Leicester.

The Earl of Wessex has lots of work with the Duke of Edinburgh Award this week (Northern Ireland Office)

– The Princess Royal, who is Commandant-in-Chief of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (Princess Royal’s Volunteer Corps), will name a Great Western Railway Intercity Express Train at Paddington Railway Station, London. Anne will also attend the Grand Military Meeting at Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey.

– The Duke of Gloucester, Honorary President of the 20-Ghost Club Limited, will attend the Annual General Meeting, followed by a dinner to mark its 70th Anniversary at Goldsmiths’ Hall, London.

– The Duke of Kent will attend a concert to mark his 40th anniversary as President of Wellington College at Waterloo Hall, Crowthorne, Berkshire.

7th March:

– The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall.

The Duke and Duchess Sussex have a number of final royal engagements this week (Commonwealth Secretariat)

8th March:

– The Duchess of Sussex will mark International Women’s Day.

– The Princess Royal, Patron of the Scottish Rugby Union, will attend Scotland vs France Six Nations Rugby Match at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh.

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