Daily Record: November 27th, 2022

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The Countess of Wessex this evening gave a Dinner at the Goring Hotel, 15 Beeston Place, London SW1, in support of the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative.

Kensington Palace

The Duke of Gloucester and The Duchess of Gloucester, Patron, Friends of St Paul’s Cathedral, this evening attended the Advent Carol Service in St Paul’s Cathedral, London EC4.

St James’s Palace

The Duke of Kent, Patron, International Musicians Seminar Prussia Cove, this evening attended a Concert at the Wigmore Hall, Wigmore Street, London W1, to commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Seminar.

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Daily Record: November 26th, 2022

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Daily Record: November 25th, 2022

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The Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda and Lady Williams were received by The King this morning at Windsor Castle.

His Majesty was represented by the Lord Shuttleworth KG (Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire) at the Requiem Mass for Sir Simon Towneley (former Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire) which was held at St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Todmorden Road, Burnley, Lancashire, this morning.

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester were represented by Mrs Christine Kirk.

The Duke and Duchess of Kent and Princess Alexandra, the Hon Lady Ogilvy were represented by Mrs Diane Duke.

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal, Colonel-in-Chief, this morning visited the Intelligence Corps at Chicksands, Shefford, Bedfordshire.

Kensington Palace

The Duchess of Gloucester, President, this evening attended a performance of The Rake’s Progress by the Royal Academy Opera at the Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, London NW1.

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Daily Record: November 24th, 2022

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Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, the Baroness Benjamin, Professor Margaret MacMillan, Sir David Adjaye, Sir Paul Nurse and Dr Venkatraman Ramakrishnan were received by The King at St James’s Palace this morning when His Majesty invested them with the Insignia of Members of the Order of Merit.

The Lord Janvrin, Secretary and Registrar of the Order of Merit, was in attendance.

Afterwards His Majesty attended a Service in the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, for Members of the Order of Merit and this afternoon gave a Luncheon at Buckingham Palace for Members of the Order.

The following had the honour of being invited: the Lord and Lady Foster of Thames Bank, Professor Sir Roger and Lady Penrose, Sir Thomas and Lady Stoppard, the Lord Rothschild, Sir David Attenborough and Miss Susan Attenborough, the Right Reverend the Lord and the Lady Eames, the Lord Rees of Ludlow, Sir Timothy and Lady Berners-Lee, the Rt Hon Jean Chrétien and Mrs France Chrétien-Desmarais, Mr Neil MacGregor, the Hon John and Mrs Howard, Mr David Hockney and Mr Jean-Pierre Gonçalves de Lima, Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub and Miss Lisa Yacoub, Professor Dame Ann Dowling and Dr Thomas Hynes, the Lord and the Lady Darzi of Denham, Sir David and Lady Adjaye, Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu and Mrs Elaine Unegbu, the Baroness Benjamin and Mr Keith Taylor, Professor Margaret MacMillan and Mr David MacMillan, Sir Paul Nurse and Professor Emily Nurse, Dr Venkatraman Ramakrishnan and Ms Vera Roseberry, and the Lord Janvrin (Secretary and Registrar of the Order of Merit) and the Lady Janvrin.

The Governor of South Australia (Her Excellency the Hon Frances Adamson) was received later by The King.

Mr R Bunten was also received by His Majesty.

The Queen Consort this morning visited Barnardo’s Bow Nursery, 95 Bromley High Street, Bow, London E3, and was received by Colonel Jane Davis (Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London).

The Lord Parker of Minsmere (Lord Chamberlain) was present at Stansted Airport, London, this evening upon the Departure of The President of the Republic of South Africa and bade farewell to His Excellency on behalf of His Majesty upon the conclusion to the State Visit to The King and The Queen Consort.

Kensington Palace

The Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, this afternoon visited Newquay Orchard, Yeoman Way, Newquay, and was received by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Cornwall (Colonel Edward Bolitho).

St James’s Palace

The Earl of Wessex, Honorary Air Commodore, this afternoon visited Royal Air Force Waddington and was received by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire (Mr Toby Dennis).

The Countess of Wessex this morning visited Monkey Valley, London Zoo, Regent’s Park, London NW1, and was received by Dr Sheila Gewolb (Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London).

Her Royal Highness, Patron, Transform Housing and Support, this evening attended a Dinner at the Royal Automobile Club, Epsom, to celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary and was received by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey (Mr Michael More-Molyneux).

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal, accompanied by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, this morning arrived at Royal Air Force Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, from the Falkland Islands.

The Hon Mrs Louloudis and Mr Charles Davies were in attendance.

Her Royal Highness, accompanied by Admiral Laurence, afterwards met the Bearer Party and C17 Crew from the flight which brought the Coffin bearing The late Queen from Edinburgh to Royal Air Force Northolt on 13th September.

The Princess Royal, accompanied by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, this evening attended the Association of Royal Yachtsmen’s Biennial Dinner at the Royal Thames Yacht Club, 60 Knightsbridge, London SW1.

Kensington Palace

The Duke of Gloucester, Patron, Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust, today attended the Nuffield Farming Conference at Cardiff City Hall, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, and was received by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of South Glamorgan (Mrs Morfudd Meredith).

The Duchess of Gloucester, Chief Patron, Hope for Youth Northern Ireland, in celebration of their Fiftieth Anniversary, this evening attended the Charity Swim between the House of Lords and the House of Commons, followed by a Dinner at Porchester Hall, Queensway, London W2.

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Daily Record: November 23rd, 2022

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The President of the Republic of South Africa, accompanied by The Earl of Wessex, this morning visited the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, and was received by the Chairman of Trustees (Dame Amelia Fawcett) and Mr Richard Deverell (Director).

The President and His Royal Highness toured the Temperate House, viewed exhibits illustrating the Gardens’ partnership with South Africa and attended a Meeting.

The President of the Republic of South Africa, accompanied by The Earl of Wessex, later visited the Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Rd, London NW1, and was received by Sir Paul Nurse (Chief Executive Officer) and the Chairman of the Board (the Lord Browne of Madingley).

The President and His Royal Highness, escorted by the Chief Executive Officer, toured the Institute, receiving a briefing on the Institute’s Covid Legacy study and the collaboration between the Institute and the University of KwaZulu-Natal, and viewed a demonstration of the robot sequencer.

His Excellency and The Earl of Wessex thereafter witnessed the signing of two Memoranda of Understanding on Health and Science and met members of the South African community working at the Institute.

The President of the Republic of South Africa this afternoon visited No 10 Downing Street, where His Excellency had talks with the Prime Minister and subsequently was entertained to Luncheon by the Prime Minister on behalf of His Majesty’s Government.

The President, accompanied by the Rt Hon Olukemi Badenoch MP (Secretary of State for International Trade), afterwards attended the United Kingdom-South Africa Business Forum at Lancaster House, Stable Yard, St James’s, London SW1, where, having been received by Mr Andrew Selous MP (Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy for South Africa), His Excellency gave a speech.

The President of the Republic of South Africa, with the South African Suite in attendance, subsequently took leave of The King at Buckingham Palace.

The Rt Hon Sir Keir Starmer MP (Leader of the Opposition) later called upon The President at the Corinthia Hotel, Whitehall Place, London SW1.

The President of the Republic of South Africa this evening received an Address of Welcome at a Court of Common Council and afterwards was entertained at a Banquet by the Rt Hon the Lord Mayor and Corporation of London at Guildhall.

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester were present.

The King this morning visited the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn, 8 South Square, London WC1, and was received by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London (Sir Kenneth Olisa) and the Treasurer (Sir Peter Gross).

His Majesty met staff, students and barristers in the Hall before meeting pupils from City Junior School which is based in the grounds of the Inn.

The King afterwards visited Barts Heritage at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, West Smithfield, London EC1, and was received by the Rt Hon the Lord Mayor (Alderman Nicholas Lyons), the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital (Professor Charles Knight) and Mr William Pain (Chief Executive Officer, Barts Heritage).

His Majesty met supporters, craftspeople and conservators involved with Barts Heritage prior to the start of restoration work, before meeting medical and other hospital staff and patients.

The King this afternoon visited the Goldsmiths’ Centre, 42 Britton Street, London EC1, and was received by the Prime Warden of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths (the Lord Bridges) and the Chief Executive of the Goldsmiths’ Centre (Sir David Reddaway).

His Majesty toured the workshop, meeting young people on the apprenticeship programmes and viewed their work.

Later the Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP (Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury) had an audience of The King at Buckingham Palace.

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence this afternoon departed Mount Pleasant Airport, Falkland Islands, for the United Kingdom.

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Daily Record: November 22nd, 2022

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The President of the Republic of South Africa arrived at Buckingham Palace today on a State Visit to The King and The Queen Consort.

The Prince and Princess of Wales welcomed The President on behalf of His Majesty at the Corinthia Hotel, Whitehall Place, London SW1.

The President of the Republic of South Africa, accompanied by Their Royal Highnesses, travelled by car to Horse Guards and was met by The King and The Queen Consort.

The President, accompanied by Their Majesties, drove in a Carriage Procession to Buckingham Palace with a Sovereign’s Escort of the Household Cavalry.

Royal Salutes were fired in Green Park by The King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery, and at the Tower of London by the Honourable Artillery Company.

Guards of Honour were provided at Horse Guards by Number 7 Company Coldstream Guards and at Buckingham Palace by 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards.

His Majesty’s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, The King’s Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard, and a Detachment of Household Cavalry were on duty.

The King presented The President of the Republic of South Africa with the Insignia of an Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Civil Division of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.

The President of the Republic of South Africa this afternoon visited Westminster Abbey where His Excellency laid a wreath at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior.

The President afterwards visited the Palace of Westminster and was received by the Lord Speaker (the Lord McFall of Alcluith) and the Rt Hon Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP (Speaker of the House of Commons).

The Speaker welcomed The President of the Republic of South Africa and His Excellency delivered an Address.

The President subsequently attended a Reception with Peers, Members of Parliament and other guests.

The King and The Queen Consort gave a State Banquet this evening in honour of The President of the Republic of South Africa at which The Prince and Princess of Wales, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and The Duke of Kent were present.

The following had the honour of being invited:

Suite of The President of the Republic of South Africa

Dr Naledi Pandor (Minister of International Relations and Co-operation), His Excellency Mr Jeremiah Nyamane Mamabolo (High Commissioner for the Republic of South Africa), Dr Bonginkosi Emmanuel Nzimande (Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation), Mr Ebrahim Patel (Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition), Dr Joseph Phaahla (Minister of Health), Ms Phindile Baleni (Director General in the Presidency), Ms Roshene Singh (Deputy Director General, Office of The President), Ambassador Maud Dlomo (Director General, Americas and Europe), Ms Donné Nicol (Special Adviser to The President) and Dr Maropene Ramokgopa (International Relations Adviser to The President).

Specially attached in attendance upon The President of the Republic of South Africa

The Viscount Hood (Lord in Waiting) and the Viscountess Hood, Mr Antony Phillipson (British High Commissioner to the Republic of South Africa) and Mrs Phillipson, and Lieutenant Colonel Jonny Thompson (Equerry in Waiting).

Diplomatic Corps

His Excellency the Ambassador of the Republic of Honduras and Mrs Mirian Nasser de Romero.

The Cabinet and Government

The Prime Minister and Mrs Murty, the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs and Mrs James Cleverly, the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Mrs Grant Shapps, the Secretary of State for International Trade and Mr Hamish Badenoch, the Leader of the House of Lords and the Lady True, and the Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP (Minister of State for Development and Africa) and Dr Sharon Bennett.

Special Invitations

The Baroness Amos (Master, University College, Oxford), Mr Andrew Bailey (Governor of the Bank of England) and Professor Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey, Ms Zeinab Badawi (President, School of Oriental and African Studies, Journalist and Broadcaster) and Mr Bertrand Facon, Sir Philp Barton (Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) and Lady Barton, the Rt Hon Ian Blackford MP (Leader of the Scottish National Party at Westminster), the Lord Boateng (Former British High Commissioner to the Republic of South Africa) and the Lady Boateng, the Lord Burnett (Lord Chief Justice), Dr Simon Case (Cabinet Secretary), Mr Stuart Chambers (Chairman, Anglo American plc) and Mrs Chambers, the Rt Hon Sir Edward Davey MP (Leader of the Liberal Democrats) and Lady Davey, Mr Richard Deverell (Director, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) and Mrs Deverell, the Rt Hon Jeffrey Donaldson MP (Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party at Westminster), Mr Hendrik du Toit (Chief Executive Officer, NinetyOne) and Mrs du Toit, Professor Robert Fender (Head of the Department of Astrophysics, University of Oxford) and Mrs Fender, Mr Bassim Haidar (Founder and Group Chief Executive Officer, Channel VAS) and Mrs Aleksandra Eriksson Haidar, the Lord Hain (Campaigner, Politician and Author) and the Lady Hain, Ms Kelly Hoppen (Interior Designer) and Mr John Gardiner, the Speaker of the House of Commons and Lady Hoyle, Mr John Humphrey (His Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Africa) and Mrs Humphrey, Dr Tristram Hunt (Director, Victoria and Albert Museum), Mr Martin Kingston (Chief Executive Officer, Rothschild and Company, South Africa), Ms Diana Layfield (Chairman, British International Investment plc), Mr Jason Leonard (Chairman, Atlas Foundation) and Ms Amanda Heathcote, the Rt Hon the Lord Mayor (Alderman Nicholas Lyons) and the Lady Mayoress, the Lord Speaker (the Lord McFall of Alcluith), Dame Sarah MacIntosh (Deputy National Security Adviser), Mr Richard Moore (Chief, Secret Intelligence Service) and Mrs Moore, the Earl Marshal and the Duchess of Norfolk, Sir Paul Nurse (Director and Chief Executive, the Francis Crick Institute) and Lady Nurse, the Lord Oates (Co-Chairman, APPG South Africa) and Mr David Hill, Professor Kate O’Regan (Director, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights) and Mr Alec Freund, Mr Imtiaz Patel (Chairman, MultiChoice) and Mrs Fatemba Bhabha, Professor Lewis Pugh (Endurance Swimmer, United Nations Patron of the Oceans), Admiral Sir Antony Radakin (Chief of the Defence Staff) and Lady Radakin, Mr Johannes Radebe (Dancer), Mr Shabir Randeree (lately Deputy Chairman, Al Baraka Bank, South Africa) and Mrs Randeree, Professor Helen Rees (Founder, University of Witwatersrand’s Reproductive Health and HIV Institute) and Dr Fazel Randera, Sir Mark Rowley (Commissioner of the Police of the Metropolis) and Lady Rowley, Mr Johann Rupert (Chairman, Remgro Limited) and Mrs Rupert, Sir Nigel Sheinwald (Chairman, Chatham House), the Baroness Smith of Basildon (Leader of the Opposition in the House of Lords), the Rt Hon Sir Keir Starmer MP (Leader of the Opposition) and Lady Starmer, Mr Jacob Stausholm (Chief Executive, Rio Tinto) and Mrs Stausholm, Professor Caroline Trotter (Head of Cambridge-Africa Programme, University of Cambridge) and Mr Mark Bush, Sir Patrick Vallance (Chief Scientific Adviser) and Lady Vallance, and the Lord Mayor of the City of Westminster (Councillor Hamza Taouzzale) and Consort (Ms Jasmine El-Gharras).

Members of the South African Delegation

Dr Philemon Mjwara (Director General, Department of Science and Innovation), Ms Thembisile Majola (Director General, State Security, South African Government), Ms Nonceba Losi (Chief of State Protocol, Department of International Relations and Co-operation), Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa (Head of Presidential Investment and Infrastructure), Dr Nicholas Crisp (Director General, Department of Health), Ms Nokukhanya Jele (Legal Adviser to The President), Dr Derrick Swartz (Adviser to the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation), Mr Vincent Magwenya (Spokesperson to The President) and Mrs Alenore Mamabolo (Spouse of the High Commissioner for the Republic of South Africa).

Ms Stephanie Al-Qaq was received in audience by The King this afternoon and kissed hands upon her appointment as His Majesty’s Ambassador to the Federative Republic of Brazil.

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal, accompanied by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, today carried out the following engagements in the Falkland Islands. Her Royal Highness this morning visited the HMS Sheffield Memorial on Sea Lion Island. The Princess Royal afterwards visited Sea Lion Island National Nature Reserve.

Her Royal Highness this afternoon visited the settlement at Bluff Cove.

The Princess Royal this evening visited the Falkland Islands Defence Force Headquarters, Kiel Canal Road, Stanley.

Kensington Palace

The Duchess of Gloucester, President, Royal Academy of Music, this morning attended a Governing Body Meeting at North House, 27 Great Peter Street, London SW1.

St James’s Palace

The Duke of Kent, Grand Master, United Grand Lodge of England, this morning opened the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution care home, “Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh Court”, at Mole Road, Sindlesham, and was received by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of the Royal County of Berkshire (Mr James Puxley).

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Daily Record: November 21st, 2022

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The King of Spain visited The King at Clarence House this afternoon.

The Viscount Younger of Leckie (Lord in Waiting) was present at Royal Air Force Northolt this afternoon upon the Arrival of The King of Spain and welcomed His Majesty on behalf of The King.

The Viscount Hood (Lord in Waiting) was present at Stansted Airport, London, this afternoon upon the Arrival of The President of the Republic of South Africa and welcomed His Excellency on behalf of His Majesty.

The King and The Queen Consort were represented by the Baroness Neuberger at the Funeral of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild which was held at the Liberal Jewish Synagogue, London NW8, today.

The Princess Royal was represented by Mrs Timothy Holderness-Roddam.

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal, accompanied by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, today carried out the following engagements in the Falkland Islands, escorted by the Governor of Falkland Islands (Her Excellency Mrs Alison Blake).

Her Royal Highness this morning attended a Briefing by the Government of South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands at Government House.

The Princess Royal afterwards visited the Fortieth Anniversary of the “1982 Falkland Islands Conflict” Exhibition at Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust, Historic Dockyard, Stanley.

Her Royal Highness subsequently unveiled a commemorative plaque on Victory Green to celebrate Stanley being awarded City Status.

The Princess Royal, President, the Mission to Seafarers Limited, this afternoon visited Lighthouse Seafarers Mission — Falkland Islands in Stanley, on the occasion of their Twenty Fifth Anniversary.

Her Royal Highness afterwards visited the Falkland Islands Wool Company in Stanley.

The Princess Royal later visited the Falkland Islands Meat Company at Sand Bay.

Her Royal Highness afterwards visited the 1982 Memorial Wood and planted a tree for The Queen’s Green Canopy.

The Princess Royal this evening attended a Dinner given by the Falkland Islands Government and the Members of the Legislative Assembly at the Malvina House Hotel, Stanley.

Her Royal Highness, Royal Patron, Special Boat Service Association, was represented by Lieutenant General Sir James Dutton (President) at the Funeral of Admiral of the Fleet the Lord Boyce (Patron) which was held at St Mary’s Church, St Clare Road, Walmer, Kent, this morning.

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Daily Record: November 20th, 2022

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The Princess Royal, accompanied by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, this morning visited Bleaker Island, Falkland Islands.

Her Royal Highness, accompanied by Admiral Laurence, this afternoon visited Mount Harriet and Two Sisters.

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Daily Record: November 19th, 2022

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The Queen Consort this afternoon attended the races and met members of Ebony Horse Club at Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire.

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal, accompanied by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, today carried out the following engagements in the Falkland Islands.

Her Royal Highness this morning attended a Community Day at Mount Pleasant Complex.

The Princess Royal this afternoon visited the Argentine Military Cemetery near Darwin.

Her Royal Highness afterwards visited the Memorial to Lieutenant Colonel H Jones in Darwin.

The Princess Royal subsequently visited the Memorial to 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment in Darwin.

Her Royal Highness later visited San Carlos Museum, Goose Green.

The Princess Royal afterwards attended the Multicultural Food Festival at the Community Hall, Goose Green.

Her Royal Highness later laid a wreath at Blue Beach Military Cemetery, San Carlos.

The Princess Royal this evening attended a Dinner in the Officers’ Mess, Mount Pleasant Complex.

Kensington Palace

The Duchess of Gloucester, President, Royal Academy of Music, this afternoon visited the Junior Academy, Marylebone Road, London NW1.

St James’s Palace

The Duke of Kent, Patron, the Hanover Band, this evening attended a Concert at Stationers’ Hall, Ave Maria Lane, London EC4.

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Daily Record: November 18th, 2022

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The Prince of Wales, Honorary Air Commandant, this morning visited Royal Air Force Coningsby, Lincoln, and was received by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire (Mr Toby Dennis).

St James’s Palace

The Princess Royal, accompanied by Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, today carried out the following engagements in the Falkland Islands.

Her Royal Highness this morning attended a Briefing by the Members of the Legislative Assembly at Government House, Stanley.

The Princess Royal afterwards attended a Service of Remembrance and laid a wreath at the 1982 Liberation Monument in Stanley.

Her Royal Highness subsequently visited Infant Junior School and Camp Education, John Street, Stanley.

The Princess Royal afterwards visited Falkland Islands Community School, Reservoir Road, Stanley.

Her Royal Highness this afternoon opened Falkland College, Darwin Road, Stanley.

The Princess Royal later visited Yorke Bay and received a briefing on the Falkland Islands de-mining project.

Her Royal Highness subsequently visited Falklands Conservation at Yorke Bay.

The Princess Royal later visited the Lady Elizabeth shipwreck off Stanley.

Her Royal Highness afterwards visited Liberty Lodge veterans’ accommodation, Rowlands Rise, Stanley.

The Princess Royal this evening attended a Reception given by the Falkland Islands Government and the Members of the Legislative Assembly at the Town Hall, Ross Road, Stanley.

Her Royal Highness later attended a Dinner given by the Governor of Falkland Islands (Her Excellency Mrs Alison Blake) at Government House, Stanley.

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