The ‘Palace Review’ will be structured differently starting this week. Many of our readers asked if it was possible to list each member of the Royal Family separately. Royal Central has taken this into consideration and therefore will try the new format.
On Tuesday, The Queen Patron and The Duke of Edinburgh will give a reception for members of the Victoria Cross and George Cross Association, at Buckingham Palace. You may read more about Royal Reunion for The Victoria Cross and George Cross Association here: Royal Family to host Biennial Reunion for The Victoria Cross and George Cross Association.
On Thursday, Her Majesty and Prince Philip will be in Wolverhampton. They will visit International Security Printers to see the work of the specialist postage stamp printers as well as tour the factory floor, meeting staff involved in the production and inspection of stamps. The Royal Party will watch the printing process at work and view an archive stamp display before proceeding to the stamp finishing and inspection department. Her Majesty will unveil a plaque to mark the visit before departing.
The second engagement of the day on Thursday will see The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh formally open the new Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre.
Her Majesty and Prince Philip will view a model of a wall-mounted ‘exploded’ engine display and hear an explanation of the parts involved. They will tour the manufacturing facility, meet with staff and apprentices and view tools and engine components. The Queen and The Duke will view vehicles and engines before meeting local school children involved in educational engineering design projects. At the end of the engagement, The Queen will unveil a plaque to mark the opening of the new facility before attending a private lunch.
The Duke of Edinburgh
On Monday, The Duke of Edinburgh, Freeman and Liveryman, the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, will attend a Dinner at Fishmongers’ Hall in London.
Tuesday will see The Duke of Edinburgh, Captain General, attend the Royal Marines Three Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner at Guildhall, London.
On Wednesday, Prince Philip, Patron, the British Trust for Ornithology, will present Awards at the Mall Galleries in London.
The Princess Royal
Monday through Wednesday, The Princess Royal, in her capacity as President, Emerging Pacific Leaders’ Dialogue and as President, Save the Children UK, will visit the Republic of Vanuatu.
The Earl of Wessex
From Wednesday through Sunday, The Earl of Wessex, Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, will carry out engagements in the Republic of Korea.
The Duke of Kent
On Monday, The Duke will be in Wiltshire where he will visit the War Memorial on High Street, visit Swindon 105.5 Radio Station at The Bentley Centre and visit Swindon Dance at Swindon Town Hall.
On Wednesday, The Duke of Kent, Colonel, will visit 1st Battalion Scots Guards at Otterburn Camp, in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Also scheduled, The Duke as Royal Patron, The Dresden Trust, will attend a Concert at the German Embassy in London.
On Thursday, The Duke of Kent, Patron, Opera North, will attend a lunch at Buckingham Palace.
On Saturday, The Duke of Kent will attend the Wales Festival of Remembrance at St. David’s Hall in Cardiff.
The Duke of Gloucester
On Tuesday, The Duke of Gloucester, Vice President, Lepra, will attend a Dinner to mark its 90th Anniversary at Kensington Palace. Also scheduled for Tuesday, The Duke & Duchess of Gloucester
Patron (His Royal Highness), Canine Partners for Indepence, will attend a Demonstration at Drapers’ Hall in London.
Wednesday will be a rather busy day for The Duke of Gloucester. As Patron, Leicester Cathedral’s King Richard III Appeal, he will attend a Dinner at St John’s Gate in London. The Duke will also visit Leiston Film Theatre to mark its Centenary in Suffolk.
Whilst in Suffolk on Wednesday, The Duke will visit Lowestoft Maritime Museum at Sparrows Nest Gardens and as Grand Prior, the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, he will visit the St John Ambulance Training Centre to mark its Centenary.
On Thursday, The Duke of Gloucester, Patron, Heritage of London Trust, will visit Kensal Green Cemetery in London.
The Duchess of Gloucester
On Sunday, The Duchess of Gloucester will attend the English Schools Orchestra and Choir’s Twentieth Anniversary Concert at Cadogan Hall in London.
Princess Alexandra, the Hon. Lady Ogilvy
On Thursday, Princess Alexandra, the Hon. Lady Ogilvy, will open the new joint Police and Fire Station in Worcestershire. Whilst in Worcestershire, Princess Alexandra, Joint President, will visit the Cancer Research UK shop.