The Prince of Wales today undertook engagements in County Durham and was received by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant (Mrs Susan Snowdon).
His Royal Highness this morning visited St John’s College, University of Durham.
The Prince of Wales afterwards opened the Open Treasures Exhibition in Durham Cathedral.
His Royal Highness subsequently attended a Concert in Durham Cathedral to mark the Centenary of the death of Sir Hubert Parry.
The Prince of Wales this afternoon visited Palace Green Library to view archives from the Durham Light Infantry.
His Royal Highness later visited Barnard Castle Emergency Services Centre, Wilson Street, Barnard Castle.
The Prince of Wales afterwards visited the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle.
Prince Henry of Wales this afternoon visited a holiday activity run by Sport at Heart, a local community charity, as part of the StreetGames Fit and Fed Initiative at Roundwood Youth Centre, Brent, and was received by Miss Mei Sim Lai (Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London).
The Princess Royal this afternoon arrived at Heathrow Airport, London, from the Republic of Korea.
The Duchess of Gloucester, Colonel-in-Chief, Royal Army Dental Corps, today received Brigadier Iain Pretsell upon relinquishing his appointment as Representative Colonel Commandant and Colonel Irene Amberton upon assuming the appointment, and received Colonel Simon Creasey upon relinquishing his appointment as Chief Dental Officer and Colonel Timothy Davies upon assuming the appointment.
Her Royal Highness, Royal Patron, Friends of Cathedral Music’s Diamond Fund for Choristers, this afternoon received Mr Peter Allwood (Chairman, Friends of Cathedral Music) and Mrs Felicity Pattenden (Director of the Diamond Fund for Choristers).