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Royal diary: upcoming royal engagements 18-24th February

18th February:

– The Princess Royal, Perpetual Master of The Worshipful Company of Saddlers, will attend the Livery Equestrian Charities Forum, Saddlers Hall, London.

– The Duke of Kent will attend a Gala Concert at Wigmore Hall, London, as their patron.

19th February:

– The Prince of Wales, Colonel of 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, will present Operational Campaign Medals to those personnel recently returned from Afghanistan, at Elizabeth Barracks, Woking, Surrey.

– The Duchess of Cornwall will attend London Fashion Week to present the Queen Elizabeth II Award for Design on behalf of The Queen, at 180 Strand, London.

– The Princess Royal, patron of UK Coaching, will attend a Research Conference, Pride Park Stadium, Derby.

– The Duchess of Gloucester, Honorary Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Basketmakers, will attend the ‘Basketry: Weaving the Cycle of Life’ Trade Fair at Guildhall, London.

The Duchess of Gloucester. Picture by Andrew Parsons / i-Images

20th February:

– The Duchess of Cornwall will open a new Medical Detection Dogs centre in Milton Keynes, as their patron

– The Princess Royal will visit the Nautical College at the City of Glasgow College. As President of Victim Support Scotland, Princess Anne will attend a reception for Bereaved Families, Abbey House, Glasgow.

21st February:

– The Prince of Wales, patron of The Prayer Book Society, will present the Cranmer Awards at the Society’s 30th annual contest at Lambeth Palace, London.

Prince Charles has a busy week ahead in Wales. Picture by i-Images / Pool

– The Duchess of Cornwall will visit the William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow, London, to view the exhibitions and meet with staff, visitors and children taking part in learning activities.

– The Princess Royal, Past Master of The Worshipful Company of Butchers, will attend the Institute of Meat’s Annual Awards Ceremony and Luncheon, Painters Hall, London.

– The Duke of Gloucester, President of the Britain-Nepal Society, will attend the Annual Dinner at St. Columba’s Church, London.

– The Duke of Kent, Colonel in Chief of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, will attend a dinner at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Camberley, Surrey.

22nd February:

– The Prince of Wales, President of The Prince’s Trust, will visit Ysgol Cwm Brombil to meet with staff and young people involved in delivering the Prince’s Trust Cymru’s Achieve programme, Margam, Wales. Prince Charles will also visit the Plas Bryn Rhosyn care home as patron of Age UK, to meet with residents and artists involved in Age Cymru’s ‘cARTrefu project’, in Neath, Wales. Lastly, the Prince will visit Rock UK’s Summit Centre to view the new facilities – Summit Centre, Trelewis, Wales.

– The Princess Royal will visit the National College for High Speed Rail, Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Anne will also
will visit Polypipe Building Products in Doncaster.

The Queen will attend a service at the Guard’s Chapel at wellington barracks (benjamin wareing)

22nd February:

– The Queen will attend a Service at the Guards’ Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London, to celebrate the centenary of the Army Chaplains being granted the use of the style ‘royal’ by George V. The Queen is their patron.

23rd February:

– The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will begin a visit to Morocco, at the request the Government. Part of the trip’s aim is to highlight the vital role girls’ education and youth empowerment is playing. They are expected to meet King Mohammed VI.

– The Princess Royal,  patron of the Scottish Rugby Union, will attend the Six Nation’s France vs Scotland match at the Stade de France, Paris, France.

Written by

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. Miss Howard also works closely with the British Monarchist Foundation as their Press Secretary and Spokesman.

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