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Royal diary: upcoming royal engagements 11-17th September

The royal diary slowly begins to fill up with new engagements; it certainly seems like Prince William and Harry are increasing their workload.

11th September:

The Duke of York will host a Pitch@Palace reception at Buckingham Palace.

It seems that william and harry are increasing their engagement numbers. picture by Stephen Lock / i-Images

12th September:

The Duke of Cambridge, as President of the FA , will visit the Sporting Chance charity, as well as McLaren Production Centre in Woking.

The Duke of York, Founder, Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award, will present Bronze Awards at Calday Grange Grammar School. He will also host The Duke of York Young Champions Trophy 2017 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club as its founder.

The Earl of Wessex, Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, will carry out engagements in Modena, Italy.

The Duke of Gloucester is to visit the Assay Office Birmingham, and attend a British Empire Medal Investiture at the Council House, Birmingham. He will also visit Shree Geeta Bhawan Temple, to celebrate their 50th Anniversary.

The Duchess of Gloucester, patron of Friends of St Paul’s Cathedral, will attend Evensong followed by a reception for City Livery Companies, St Paul’s Cathedral.

13th September:

The Duke of York, founder, The Duke of York Young Champions Trophy, will host The Duke of York Young Champions Trophy 2017 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.

The Earl of Wessex will continue engagements in Modena, including a World Fellows’ dinner for the DofE award.

The Countess of Wessex is to go to The Isle of Wight College, Centre of Excellence for Composites, Advances Manufacturing and Marine Building, and visit The Earl Mountbatten Hospice on the island. Sophie will also visit Shanklin Chine, before heading to Rochester for a visit to the cathedral, as the Trust’s patron.

The Duchess of Gloucester will visit Papworth Trust, Cambridge, as their patron to mark the centenary.

The Duke of Kent will visit the Jorvik Viking Centre, the Minster, and York Mosque, York.

14th September:

The Prince of Wales will visit the Westmorland County Show, promoting the British agricultural sector and its rural communities.

The Duke of Cambridge will visit Liverpool to formally open the new Urgent Care & Trauma Centre at Aintree Hospital.

Prince Harry will visit the Chatham Green Project with the Wilderness Foundation.

The Duke of York, founder, The Duke of York Young Champions Trophy, will host The Duke of York Young Champions Trophy 2017 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.

The Duke of Gloucester, patron, Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust, will attend a lunch to mark their 70th Anniversary at the Farmers Club, London.

The Duchess of Gloucester will visit Herefordshire Fostering at Hereford Town Hall, visit Herefordshire and Worcestershire Group Training Association, and Wye Valley Group, Lloyd George House

The Duke of Kent, Colonel of the Scots Guards will attend the Committee of the Third Guards Club Annual Dinner, Cavalry and Guards Club, London.

Princess Alexandra, patron, will visit HMS Warrior 1860 at H M Naval Base, Portsmouth.

15th September:

The Duke of Gloucester, Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Army Medical Corps, will present the prizes at the Annual Academic Awards Ceremony, Lakeside International Hotel, Surrey.

17th September:

The Prince of Wales, patron of the Battle of Britain Fighter Association, and The Duchess of Cornwall will attend a service of Thanksgiving and rededication to mark the 77th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain at Westminster Abbey. They will also attend reception with veterans and their families at Church House.

The Duke of Kent, patron of The Devonshire and Dorset Regimental Association, will attend the dedication of the Devonshire and Dorset Regimental Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire.

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<p>Victoria has a passion for British history and Constitutional Monarchy, hence her reasons for founding The Crown Chronicles. Her specialism is the Early Modern era, with particular emphasis on the Tudor and Stuart dynasties. She is also a keen reader (usually something historical), baker and shopper. Her motto is to have a full bookcase, but a fuller wardrobe. </p> <p>Miss Howard also works closely with the British Monarchist Foundation as their Press Secretary and Spokesman.</p>

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