The King and The Queen Consort this morning visited Wrexham Association Football Club, Racecourse Ground, Mold Road, Wrexham, and were received by Lady Hudson (Deputy Lieutenant of Clwyd), and Mr Robert McElhenney III and Mr Ryan Reynolds (Co-Chairmen).
Their Majesties proceeded onto the pitch and met players and staff, before learning about the redevelopment of the club and plans for the new stand.
The King and The Queen Consort this afternoon drove to St Giles’ Parish Church, Wrexham, and were received by Mr Lloyd FitzHugh (Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Clwyd), the Rt Hon Mark Drakeford MS (First Minister of Wales) and Councillor Brian Cameron (Mayor of Wrexham County Borough Council).
Their Majesties attended a Service of Celebration, led by the Reverend Canon Dr. Jason Bray (Vicar of St Giles’ Parish Church), during which The King conferred City Status on Wrexham.
Afterwards Their Majesties viewed a First Edition King James Bible, before meeting members of the local community.
The King later visited Erddig Hall and was received by Mr Charles Barnett (Deputy Lieutenant of Clwyd), Ms Hilary McGrady (Director General, National Trust) and Ms Lhosa Daly (Director for National Trust Cymru).
His Majesty planted a tree for The Queen’s Green Canopy and then, with the First Minister of Wales, planted a commemorative tree to mark Her late Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.
The King subsequently met members of staff and volunteers.
The Lord Davies of Gower (Lord in Waiting) was present at Heathrow Airport, London, this morning upon the Arrival of The Sultan of Brunei Darussalam and welcomed His Majesty on behalf of The King.
The Prince of Wales, President, the Earthshot Prize, today held a Meeting with Earthshot prize winners.