Following on from Royal Ascot last week, The Queen is heading to Edinburgh to visit the Scottish Parliament, while Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall will also be in Scotland, heading to Aberdeen. Princess Anne is conducting engagements in Portsmouth.
– The Princess Royal, as a member of the International Olympic Committee and Chair, International Olympic Committee Members Election Commission, will attend the 134th International Olympic Committee Session, Lausanne, Switzerland.
– The Princess Royal will be in Lausanne for the second part of the 134th International Olympic Committee Session in Switzerland.
– The Queen will give a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the work of local faith and belief groups to promote social cohesion.
– The Duchess of Rothesay (as Camilla is known in Scotland) will visit HorseBack UK based in Aberdeen, to undertake a tour of the centre and meet with the centre’s clients, their staff and horses. As President of Maggie’s, a cancer centre, the Duchess will visit Maggie’s Aberdeen and will meet with staff and visitors. Camilla will then visit Aberdeen Journals to tour their new offices and present an award to the winner of the Aberdeen Journals’ junior journalist competition.
– The Countess of Wessex, Show President of the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, will attend the Stewards Reception in the Norfolk Showground.
– The Earl of Wessex will attend the International Cricket Council Cricket World Cup 2019 at Lord’s Cricket Ground. Prince Edward, as Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, will attend a summer reception at Spencer House in London. Later on that evening, in the same capacity, he will attend a 30-4-30 Finale and Dinner also at Spencer House.
– The Princess Royal will open the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Visitors’ Centre, in Beaurains, France. Princess Anne will also will attend a dinner at Fishmongers’ Hall, London Bridge, as Fourth Warden.
– The Duke of Gloucester will spend the day in Peterborough on a number of engagements visiting Allia Future Business Centre. He will officially open Thorpe Wood Care Home and then the Rapture Production Centre at Radical Sportscars. He will then go on to attend a Reception at Duxford Air Museum. Prince Richard will end the day visiting Peter Brotherhood Ltd, in Peterborough.
– The Duke of Kent will visit Bentley Motors CW1 House, Pyms Lane, Crewe. He will also visit British Salt Limited in Cheshire, and Morning Foods Limited in Crewe.
– Princess Alexandra, Patron of the Leeds Castle Foundation, will open the Princess Alexandra Gardens and attend a Dinner at Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent.
– The Earl of Wessex, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, will hold a World Fellowship Anniversary Dinner at Windsor Castle.
– The Countess of Wessex, Show President, Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, will attend the Royal Norfolk Show, Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, Norwich.
– The Princess Royal will attend the Fiftieth Anniversary of ‘The Princess Anne’ Hovercraft Launch, Lee-on-the-Solent. As Patron of the Royal Lymington Yacht Club, the Princess will attend the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the Community Sailing Programme in Lymington, and she will later attend a dinner at Spencer House as President of the Animal Health Trust. Anne will also will attend a Summer Tea Party at Frogmore House, as patron of Save the Children UK.
– Princess Alexandra will visit the Romney Tweed Community Interest Company, in Old Romney, Kent followed by a tour of the Romney Marsh Historic Churches of Kent, to include Saint Clement, Old Romney, Saint Augustine, Brookland and Saint George, Ivychurch.
– The Duke of Kent, President, The Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies, will hold a reception at Buckingham Palace.
– The Queen will visit Greenfaulds High School, in Glasgow.
– The Countess of Wessex, as president of The Royal Smithfield Club, will attend the Annual Members’ Meeting at Lord Plymouth’s Estate in Ludlow.
– The Princess Royal Commodore-in-Chief Portsmouth, will open the Combined Heat and Power Plant and the new Harbour Control Facility, Victory Building, Her Majesty’s Naval Base in Portsmouth. Anne will also attend a reception in Portsmouth to mark the Tenth Anniversary of HMS Excellent’s Warrant Officers.
– The Duke of Gloucester, Patron of the Pestalozzi International Village Trust, will attend the Graduation Ceremony at Pestalozzi International Village in Battle.
– The Duke of Kent will attend the unveiling and dedication of the Victoria Cross Remembrance Stone, Freemasons’ Hall, in London, and attend a reception for recipients of The Queen’s Award for Enterprise, Lenton House, University Park, Nottingham. He will then attend a reception to mark the Unveiling of the Great War Memorial, County Hall, West Bridgford and will end his day of engagements unveiling the Great War Memorial, Victoria Embankment, Nottingham.
– The Queen accompanied by The Duke of Rothesay (Prince Charles), will visit the Scottish Parliament to mark its 20th anniversary.
– Princess Anne will attend Armed Forces Day Commemorations at Guildhall, Market Place, Salisbury and Hudsons Field, Old Sarum, Salisbury.
– – Princess Alexandra, Royal Patron, will visit Masterpiece London at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. She will also attend a concert at St Richard’s Church, Richmond, Surrey.