The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will give a reception to recognise the Technology sector in the United Kingdom.
The Duke of Cambridge will attend the United for Wildlife Launch at Google in London.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex will spend the day in Somerset. Whilst there the Royal couple will open the new Bridgwater Community Hospital in Somerset, visit Moorland to see the area after the recent devastating floods, open the new Jubilee Building, Thatchers Cider at Myrtle Farm and visit Cheddar Gorge.
They will then carry out separate engagements during the day before they attend a Reception and Dinner for the Royal Bath and West of England Society at The Showground, Shepton Mallet for which Sophie is Vice Patron.
The Earl of Wessex will visit the Burnham-On-Sea Area Rescue Boat Marine Rescue Centre at Burnham-on-Sea Hovercraft Station.
The Countess of Wessex will open the Somerset Care Home, Greenhill House and visit the Yoxter Cadet Training Centre.
The Princess Royal Royal Patron, The Blond McIndoe Research Foundation, will unveil a memorial statue in West Sussex. Anne, who is President of Riding for the Disabled, will visit Ashdown Forest RDA, Chelwood Equestrian Centre in East Sussex on Monday as well.
Later in the day, Princess Anne will attend a City Livery Club Centenary Banquet, Guildhall in London. The Duke of Gloucester will attend the Technology Reception at Buckingham Palace.
Princess Alexandra President, Queen Alexandra’s House Association, will attend a Reception to mark the 130th anniversary of the founding of the House at Kensington Gore in London.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will give a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.
The Duchess of Cambridge will attend the Launch of the America’s Cup at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
The Duchess of Cambridge will attend a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.
The Earl of Wessex will visit the Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association and local employers at Wyvern Barracks in Devon.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex will visit Otter Brewery, Quickes Traditional Limited, Whetman Pinks Limited and Powderham Church, Devon Historic Churches Trust in Devon. The Royal couple will also attend a Reception for Devon Historic Churches Trust at Powderham Castle in Devon.
The Princess Royal as Patron of the College of Occupational Therapists, will visit the Martin B Cohen Centre for Wellbeing in Middlesex.
The Princess Royal as President, Carers Trust, will attend a Reception and Dinner at Drapers’ Hall in London.
President of Riding for the Disabled Association, Princess Anne will attend the 35th Anniversary celebrations, Arundel Riding Centre in West Sussex.
Patron of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Duke of Kent will attend the Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner, at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre in London.
The Duke of Kent will attend a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.
Princess Alexandra, Royal Patron, will attend Richmond Park Reflections, an evening of music, poetry and song in aid of the Holly Chalet Centre, in The Belvedere, Pembroke Lodge in Surrey.
The Duke of Edinburgh, Founder and Patron, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Association, will hold the World Fellowship 27th Anniversary Dinner at Windsor Castle.
The Prince of Wales, Patron, the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), will host a reception to mark the 20th Anniversary of The Prince of Wales’s Business and Sustainability Programme, at St James’s Palace State Apartments.
The Princess Royal as President, Riding for the Disabled Association, will attend a Reception at the Queen’s Cup Polo Semi Final at Windsor Great Park in Surrey.
The Earl of Wessex who is Trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, will hold a World Fellowship Dinner at Windsor Castle. Edward will also attend a Trustees’ Meeting for the The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award at Gulliver House in Berkshire.
Master, The Corporation of Trinity House, The Princess Royal will attend a Quincentenary Reception and Dinner to Younger Brethren at Guildhall in London.
The Duchess of Gloucester as Patron, will visit Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales in Cardiff. As Commandant-in-Chief, St. John Ambulance in Wales, The Duchess will open Barry Island Lifeguard Station on Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan. The Duchess, as Patron of Papworth Trust will also visit Kerry Farm in Powys.
The Queen will visit Westminster School in London. Her Majesty The Queen will open Westminster School’s new Sports Centre. Whilst there, she will tour the new sports facility viewing demonstrations of sports including yoga, cricket, climbing and table tennis before unveiling a plaque to mark her visit.
The Duke of Edinburgh as Royal Colonel, The Highlanders, Fourth Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland will present Campaign Medals in Fallingbostel, Germany.
The Prince of Wales, Patron, The Campaign for Wool, will host a reception at Clarence House to mark the 5th anniversary of the campaign. The reception will include demonstrations showing the fire retardant properties of wool and its ability to biodegrade, as well as an exhibition of wool fashions and interiors.
The Prince of Wales, President of the British Red Cross Society, and Princess Alexandra, Deputy President of the British Red Cross Society, will attend a garden party in honour of The British Red Cross, Buckingham Palace.
The Earl of Wessex who is Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, will attend a Clay Pigeon Shoot in Windsor Great Park in Berkshire.
The Countess of Wessex as President, Haven Guardians, will hold a Tea Party at Frogmore House, in Berkshire.
The Princess Royal, Master, The Corporation of Trinity House, will attend the Trinitytide Anniversary, Annual Court Meeting and Luncheon at Trinity House in London.
The Princess Royal, President, Animal Health Trust, will attend a Corporate Supporters’ Reception at the Dorchester Hotel in London.
The Duke of Gloucester, Grand Prior, the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, will attend a Dinner at the Priory of England and the Islands in London.
The Duchess of Gloucester, Honorary President, Lawn Tennis Association, will attend the AEGON Championships at The Queen’s Club in London.
The Duke of Kent, who is President, will attend a Lunch at the Calary and Guards Club in London.
The Duke of Kent as Colonel, Scots Guards, will attend a Council Meeting at Wellington Barracks in London.
Princess Alexandra, Deputy President, will attend a British Red Cross Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.
The Duke of Edinburgh, Patron, the Federation of London Youth Clubs, will visit Hindleap Warren Outdoor Education Centre in Sussex.
The Duke of Edinburgh, Senior Colonel, Household Division, will Chair the Senior Colonel’s Conference at Buckingham Palace.
The Earl of Wessex, Royal Honorary Colonel, The London Regiment, will attend the Senior Colonels Conference and Dinner at Buckingham Palace.
The Countess of Wessex, Chairman, Women in Business (promoting The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award), will Chair a Meeting at the office of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in London.
The Duke of Gloucester will visit CEDA at the Clare Milne Centre in Exeter. The Duke will also open the newly restored Walronds, South West Energy Centre and the newly restored Torre Abbey in Devon.
The Duke of Kent, Colonel, Scots Guards, will attend the Senior Colonel’s Conference at Buckingham Palace.
The Queen will take the salute at The Queen’s Birthday Parade on Horse Guards in London. At 1.00 p.m. Her Majesty will take the salute at a fly past of Royal Air Force aircraft from the Balcony of Buckingham Palace.
The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester as well as The Duke of Kent will attend The Queen’s Birthday Parade on Horse Guards in London.
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