Plenty going on in the royal diary this week; see what the Royal Family will be up to.
– Prince Harry will attend the London Fire Brigade Carol Service at Westminster Cathedral.
– The Duke of York, Chairman of Trustees of The Outward Bound Trust, will host a Lunch and the Outward Bound Staff Awards, Buckingham Palace.
– The Princess Royal, Master of The Corporation of Trinity House, will attend a Carol Service at St. Olave’s Church, London, followed by a reception at The Corporation of Trinity House, Trinity House.
– The Duke of Gloucester, patron of the Japan Society, will attend a reception at 101-104 Piccadilly.
– The Duke of Kent, patron of The Hanover Band will attend a performance of ‘The Messiah’, Charterhouse Chapel, London.
– The Duchess of Cornwall, patron of Medical Detection Dogs, will visit ICAP during the broker’s annual Charity Day, London.
– The Duke of York, Patron of The Place, will host a meeting, Buckingham Palace, and host a Meeting and Lunch for Past Captains of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews at Buckingham Palace, as Past Captain. He will also host a Dinner to launch the 2030Vision at St. James’s Palace.
– The Countess of Wessex will visit the Woking and Sam Beare Hospice, Woking, and visit the Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre, Guildford.
– The Duke of Kent, patron of Bloodwise, will attend “Christmas with the Stars” event at the Royal Albert Hall.
– The Queen, will attend a Service at St. Mary’s Church, Upper Street, Islington, London N1, to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Scripture Union as their patron.
– The Prince of Wales, on behalf of The Queen, will present the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering at a reception at Buckingham Palace.
– The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the Children’s Global Media Summit at the Manchester Central Convention Complex.
– The Duke of York will visit Westminster Academy, London, and the Royal Society as a Royal Fellow. He will also host a Lunch for the Vice Premier of The People’s Republic of China at Buckingham Palace and host Pitch@Palace Global at St. James’s Palace.
– The Earl of Wessex, patron of the National Youth Theatre, will attend a lunch at The Ivy Club and will watch a performance of Jekyll & Hyde at The Ambassador’s Theatre, London.
– The Countess of Wessex, chairman of Women in Business (promoting The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award) will hold a meeting at Buckingham Palace. As patron of the NSPCC, Sophie will attend the Merry Little Christmas Concert at St Columba’s Church, Knightsbridge.
– The Princess Royal, patron of The Intensive Care Society, will attend a Conference, Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool. Later, as president of The Mission to Seafarers Limited, Anne will attend a Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at St. Michael Paternoster Royal, London and a reception at Skinners’ Hall.
– The Duke of Gloucester, president of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, will receive Mr. Malcolm Thomas (Chairman) and Mr. Paul Burrows (Chief Executive).
– The Duke of Kent, patron of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance will preside at the Degree Presentation Ceremony, King Charles Court, Royal Naval College, London.
– Princess Alexandra will attend the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London Banquet at the Guildhall, London.
– The Queen will attend the commissioning of HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH at HM Naval Base, Portsmouth. She will be joined by Princess Anne, as Commodore-in-Chief Portsmouth.
– The Earl and Countess of Wessex will hold a Dinner at Frogmore House, Home Park, Windsor, in their roles as Trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and as chairman of Women in Business (promoting The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award) respectively.
– The Princess Royal, patron of Three Counties Agricultural Society, will attend a Council Meeting and Reception at The Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire.
– The Duke of Gloucester, Joint President of Cancer Research UK, will attend a Christmas Concert of Carols, Music and Readings in Glasgow.
– The Duchess of Gloucester, patron of the Association For All Speech Impaired Children, will attend a Christmas Concert in St. Andrew Holborn, London. She will also attend the Not Forgotten Association Christmas Party at St James’s Palace.
– The Prince of Wales will visit: the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, as president of The Prince’s Trust; Caerphilly Miners Community Centre; an Abbeyfield supported housing service for a Christmas celebration in Caerphilly, as the organisation’s patron.
– The Duchess of Cornwall, patron of The Silver Line, will visit the Blackpool offices of the national helpline for lonely older people. As patron of Emmaus UK, Camilla will tour their Emmaus Preston Megastore in Preston.