Daily Record: May 26th, 2022


Windsor Castle

By command of The Queen, Mr Alistair Harrison (Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps) called upon Her Excellency Ms Marie Ndjeka Opombo at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel, 200 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1, this morning in order to bid farewell to Her Excellency upon relinquishing her appointment as Ambassador from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the Court of St James’s.

Kensington Palace

The Duke of Cambridge, Joint Patron, the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, this morning held a Meeting at Kensington Palace for the Earthshot Prize.

St James’s Palace

The Earl of Wessex, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, this evening attended a Dinner at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London SE10.

The Countess of Wessex, Vice Patron, the Royal Bath and West of England Society, this morning held a Meeting.

Her Royal Highness, Patron, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, this afternoon attended a Luncheon at the York Club, Prince Consort’s Drive, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire.

Kensington Palace

The Duke of Gloucester this morning visited the Romney Marsh Community Hub, New Romney, and was received by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Kent (the Lady Colgrain).

His Royal Highness this afternoon officially opened the Mountfield Business Centre, New Romney.

The Duke of Gloucester afterwards visited the Littlestone Coastal Destination Project, Coast Drive, Greatstone-on-Sea, New Romney.

St James’s Palace

Princess Alexandra, Patron, the Kew Guild, this evening attended the Annual Dinner at Cambridge Cottage, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Surrey.

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