Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall (The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay as they are known in Scotland) will undertake a full schedule of engagements in Scotland next week.
Here’s a look at what is in store for next week:
On Monday, The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay will visit an Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival workshop at Edinburgh Napier University Jazz Summer School. Charles will visit Dovecot Studios tapestry studio, in Edinburgh.
Patron of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Charles will attend a reception and recital at the Palace of Holyroodhouse to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Orchestra.
The Duchess of Rothesay will watch a baton handover and attend a Reception to celebrate the accomplishments of the Royal Voluntary Service’s Scottish Baton Pass Challenge at Edinburgh City Chambers.
On Tuesday, The Duke of Rothesay, Royal Colonel, will visit Balhousie Castle and tour The Black Watch Regimental Museum in Perth. Charles will also visit the Glendelvine Estate to hear more about their efforts to protect the red squirrel population in Dunkeld .
As Patron, Charles will attend a reception for the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s 50th Anniversary at Murthly Castle.
Camilla will visit the Shortbread House of Edinburgh, Edinburgh
On Wednesday, the Royal couple will tour the Emirates Arena and meet Commonwealth Games athletes, volunteers and officials in Glasgow.
Charles and Camilla will later attend the Opening Ceremony of the XX Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park.
Patron of the Scottish Ballet, The Duke and his wife will visit the Ballet headquarters; tour the purpose-built facility, view rehearsals and meet dancers.
On Thursday, Prince Charles will host a meeting for leaders of Commonwealth small island states with a focus on building sustainable and resilient ‘island’ economies. The meeting will take place at Dumfries House. Later, he will receive young Commonwealth leaders whilst at Dumfries House.
On Friday, Charles will visit Morton Young and Borland cotton lace weavers.