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Old 09-21-2019, 04:11 AM
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Types of Engagements from 13th September to 19th September, 2019

Just a reminder that this is the type of engagement that occurred in the past week but the total is the total for the year not just for the week.

Audience – 64
Briefing – 6
Called Upon – 11
Ceremony – 6
Concert – 19
Dinner – 170
Discussion – 22
Graduation Ceremony/Ceremonies – 8]
Launch – 11
Launched – 13
Lunch 78
Meeting – 217
Opened – 120
Pitch@Palace – 12
Presented Awards – 27
Received – 320
Received by – 68
Reception/s – 214
St John of Jerusalem Investiture – 2
Visit – 605

Patronages that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 13th September to 19th September, 2019

Atlantic Salmon Trust – 1
BAFTAs – 3
Baker Dearing Educational Trust – 4
Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire – 1
Crown Agents Foundation – 1
Fly Navy Heritage Trust – 1
Global Heritage Fund UK – 1
Honorable Company of Air Pilots – 2
Honorary Military – 122
London Mozart Players – 1
Most Venerable Order of St John of Jerusalem – 9
National Trust for Scotland – 1
Pitch@Palace – 25
Royal Academy of Engineering – 3
Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies – 3
Soundseekers – 1
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation – 70
The Prince’s Foundation – 33
The Prince’s Trust – 10
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews – 6
The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – 7
UK Fashion and Textile Association – 5
Wooden Spoon Society – 1

Organisations that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 13th September to 19th September, 2019

Allsorts – 1
Auckland Project, Vinovium House – 1
Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult – 1
Commonwealth Women’s Affairs Ministerial Meeting – 1
Conflict Related Sexual Violence – 1
Etal Castle – 1
Family Nurse Partnership – 1
Heatherslaw Corn Mill – 1
Heatherslaw Light Rail Company – 1
Port of Blyth – 1
RefuSHE, Nairobi (Kenya)
Rutherford Cancer Centre North East – 1
Tomlinson Hall – 1
Union Chain Bridge – 1
Wilton Engineering Services Limited – 1
Women in Media – 1

Overseas Engagements to 19th September, 2019

Total – 471 (445 – up 26)

HRH The Prince of Wales – 97
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 75
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 20
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 19
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 8
HRH The Duke of York – 75
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 72
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 49

HRH The Princess Royal – 21
Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence – 1
HRH The Duke of Kent – 34

Countries Where Royals Have Undertaken Engagements to 19th August, 2019

Australia – 25 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Bahrain – 10 – (HRH The Duke of York)
Barbados – 20 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Belgium – 2 (HRH The Duke of York)
Canada – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Cayman Islands – 15 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Croatia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Cuba – 35 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Cyprus – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Estonia – 6 (HRH The Princess Royal)
France – 12 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Earl of Wessex, HRH The Princess Royal, Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence)
Germany –43 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duke of Kent)
Greece – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Grenada – 16 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
India – 23 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Italy – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Jersey – 2 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Kenya – 5 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Lebanon – 10 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Luxembourg – 1 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Malaysia – 11 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Morocco – 17 (HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duchess of Sussex)
New Zealand – 10 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge)
North Macedonia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Norway – 1 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
People’s Republic of China – 27 (HRH The Duke of York)
Republic of Ireland – 21 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Princess Royal)
Serbia – 8 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Singapore – 5 (HRH The Duke of York)
Slovenia – 8 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
South Korea – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Spain – 2 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
St Kitts and Nevis – 13 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Lucia – 3 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Vincent and the Grenadines – 14 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Switzerland – 12 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge, HRH The Princess Royal)
The Netherlands – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
UAE – 12 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
USA – 11 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)

Royals who have Official Meetings with Politicians, including Ambassadors and High Commissioners to 19th September, 2019

HM The Queen – 99
HRH The Prince of Wales – 60
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 27
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 8
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 1
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 5
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 4
HRH The Duke of York – 49
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 29
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 13
HRH The Princess Royal – 15
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 4
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 3
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 3
HRH The Duke of Kent – 11
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Alexandra – 3

NOTE: HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 1

Used Secondary Title to 19th September 2019

HRH The Prince of Wales – 81 (The Duke of Cornwall – 8, The Duke of Rothesay – 72, Lord of the Isles – 1)
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 11 (The Duchess of Rothesay – 11)
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 15 (The Earl of Wessex AND Forfar)
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 9 (The Countess of Wessex AND Forfar)

Countries of the UK where Engagements Occurred to 19th September, 2019

England – 1715
Scotland – 208
Northern Ireland – 54
Wales – 43

Unofficial Engagements for Beatrice, Eugenie, Jack and Tim to 19th September, 2019

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 17
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 13

Mr Jack Brooksbank – 2
Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor – 3
James, Viscount Severn – 2
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 5
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 2
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
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Old 09-28-2019, 08:39 PM
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Sorry for the delay folks but neither of my sources for the CC have put up the 26th September yet. The British Monarchy website are still only up to the 19th September so over a week behind while my other site is only waiting on the 26th.
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Old 09-29-2019, 06:22 AM
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Weekly Update to 26th September, 2019

This past week has seen most of the royals out and about with only The Queen and Camilla not seen on official engagements all week from those who regularly undertake duties. Sophie, Charles, Harry and Meghan all undertook engagements overseas.

Beatrice announced her engagement and unlike previous generations that wasn’t recorded in the CC (I was reading a CC from about 15 years ago during the week and that noted the engagement of one of the children of the Duke of Gloucester). The CC is recording a lot less these days in terms of the family doing things.

I must thank VictoriaB who, after reading my earlier post about not having the CC for the 26th September, very clearly PM'd that information to me. I am very grateful for the help.

MISSING DAYS from online CC in the past two months: 28th August (day of the Privy Council meeting about proroguing parliament); 13th, 14th and 18th September. By my count they have missed 31 engagements.

Milestones achieved this week: Nil

Approaching a milestone: The Queen is approaching her double century (195)

Total Engagements with Individual Percentage of Total

HM The Queen – 195 (195 – no change – 7.4%)
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4 (4 – no change – 0.2%)
HRH The Prince of Wales – 390 (385 – up 5 – 14.8%)
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 185 (185 – no change – 7.1%)
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 142 (140 – up 2 – 5.4%)
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 77 (72 – up 5 – 2.9%)
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 123 (107 – up 14 – 4.7%)
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 51 (39 – up 14 – 1.9%)
HRH The Duke of York – 250 (244 – up 6 – 9.5%)

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2 (2 – no change – 0.07%)
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 5 (5 – no change – 0.2%)
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1 (1 – no change – 0.04%)
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 230 (224 – up 6 – 8.7%)
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 166 (147 – up 19 – 6.3%)
HRH The Princess Royal – 369 (353 – up 16 – 14.0%)

Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence – 20 (20 – no change – 0.8%)
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 148 (143 – up 5 – 5.6%)
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 53 (50 – up 3 – 2.0%)
HRH The Duke of Kent – 160 (149 – up 11 – 6.1%)

HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 6 (6 – no change – 0.2%)
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3 (3 – no change – 0.1%)
HRH Princess Alexandra – 55 (53 – up 2 – 2.1%)

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Colour coding here is now by generation and family e.g. The Queen's generation are purple and dark blue.

Charles' generation are red and orange.

The Wales' branch of the family is green while the rest of that generation are yellow.

HRH The Prince of Wales – 390
HRH The Princess Royal – 369
HRH The Duke of York – 250
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 230

HM The Queen – 195
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 185
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 166
HRH The Duke of Kent – 160
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 148

HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 142
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 123
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 77
HRH Princess Alexandra – 55
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 53

HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 51
Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence – 20
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 6
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 5
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3
HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1


Year to Date Total – 2635 (2527 – up 108)

Percentage and Total of Engagements

The number in brackets is the number of engagements carried out by that age-group.

90s (Elizabeth, Philip) – 7.6% (199)
80s (Edward Kent, Alexandra) – 8.2% (215)
70s (Charles, Camilla, Richard, Birgitte, Michael, Marie-Christine) – 29.8% (785)
60s (Anne, Tim) – 14.8% (389)
50s (Andrew, Edward, Sophie) – 24.5% (646)
40s
30s (William, Kate, Harry, Meghan, Beatrice, Jack) – 15.0% (396)
20s (Eugenie) – 0.2% (5)
10s (Louise) – 0%
Over Retirement Age (65) (All the 60s upwards) – 60.3% (1588)

Number of Days on which a royal undertook Official Engagements to 26th September, 2019

HM The Queen – 81
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4
HRH The Prince of Wales – 116
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 71
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 83
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 55
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 74
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 31
HRH The Duke of York – 106

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2
HRH Princess Eugenie of York – 4
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 87
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 64
HRH The Princess Royal – 139

Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 17
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 73
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 40
HRH The Duke of Kent – 84

HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 5
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3
HRH Princess Alexandra – 39

Royal Palaces where Events Occurred to 26th September, 2019

Buckingham Palace – 131
Buckingham Palace by The Queen – 129
Windsor Castle – 34
St James’ Palace – 108
Clarence House – 89
Kensington Palace – 98
Holyrood Palace – 13
Sandringham House – 8
Balmoral Castle – 7
Marlborough House – 5
Dumfries House – 56
Hillsborough Castle – 4
Frogmore House – 1
Royal Lodge – 1
Castle of Mey – 1
Birkhall – 2
Hampton Court Palace – 3
Tower of London – 3

Types of Engagements from 20th September to 26th September, 2019

Just a reminder that this is the type of engagement that occurred in the past week but the total is the total for the year not just for the week.

Awards – 3
Breakfast – 1
Briefing – 9
Called Upon – 13
Captain’s Drive In – 1
Church Service – 41
Coaching Session – 1
Commemorative Service – 1
Dinner – 173
Discussion – 24
Golf – 9
Honours Ceremony – 1
Launch – 12
Launched – 14
Lunch – 82
Meeting – 224
Met People – 21
Named – 4
Opened – 127
Pitch@Palace – 14
Received – 325
Received by – 72
Reception/s – 222
Reopened – 6
Road Safety Awareness Day – 1
Screening – 2
Service of Dedication – 2
Service of Remembrance – 1
Summit – 2
Tree Planting Ceremony – 3
Unveiling – 3
Viewed – 24
Visit – 643
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Patronages that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 20th September to 26th September, 2019

British Cycling Federation – 5
British Horse Society – 3
Butler Trust – 5
Dorothy House Hospice Care – 1
Fitzwilliam Museum Development Trust – 1
Friends of Cathedral Music’s Diamond Fund for Choristers – 3
Gildry of Stirling – 1
Guild of the Royal Hospital of St Bartholomew – 1
Hall for Cornwall Trust – 1
Honorary Military – 129
Love Musgrove MRI Million Campaign
Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George – 4
National Churches Trust – 2
PG Wodehouse Society UK – 2
Pitch@Palace – 27
Riding for the Disabled Association – 7
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists – 1
Sentebale – 7
Sport and Recreation Alliance – 3
Stoll – 1
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation – 71
The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust – 4
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews – 9
The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – 12
Wells Cathedral Choristers Trust – 2
WISE – 3
Women’s Network Forum – 1

Organisations that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 20th September to 26th September, 2019

“Behind the Lines – Alfred Munnings War Artist 1918” Exhibition – 1
“Gems of the Jungle” Exhibit at Newquay Zoo – 1
Alacrity Foundation – 1
Auwal Mosque – 2
Botswana Defence Force Patrol, Kasane (Botswana) – 1
British Peace Support Team – 1
Camwell Laird Shipyard – 2
Chobe Forest Reserve (Botswana) – 1
Commonwealth Litter Programme – 2
Commonewealth Women’s Affairs – 1
Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation – 2
District Six Homecoming Centre, 15A Buitenkant Street, Zonnebloem (South Africa) – 2
District Six Museum, 25A Buitenkant Street, Zonnebloem (South Africa) – 2
Forth Valley Sensory Centre – 1
Geoffrey Parker Games Limited – 1
Great Western Air Ambulance Service – 1
Growing Zone Community Garden – 1
Guild of the Royal Hospital of St Bartholomew – 1
Halo Trust – 2
Hamilton Park Racecourse – 1
Hampton by Hilton Hotel -1
King’s School, Gloucester – 1
Leeds Playhouse – 1
Levant Mine – 1
Llanthony Seconda Priory – 1
Lunchbox Fund – 2
Moi Girls School, Nairobi (Kenya) – 1
Mothers to Mothers – 1
Platform for Girls’ Education – 1
Reminiscence Learning – 1
RRS Sir David Attenborough – 1
Sound Leisure Limited – 1
South African Maritime Police Unit – 1
St Eusebius Church, Arnhem (The Netherlands) – 1
Waves for Change – 2
Wells Cathedral Choristers Trust – 1
Women in Public Service – 1
Work in Progress – 1
Worshipful Company of Clothworkers – 1

Overseas Engagements to 26th September, 2019

Total – 507 (471 – up 36)

HRH The Prince of Wales – 102
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 75
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 20
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 34
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 17

HRH The Duke of York – 75
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 72
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 56
HRH The Princess Royal – 21
Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence – 1
HRH The Duke of Kent – 34

Countries Where Royals Have Undertaken Engagements to 26th August, 2019

Angola – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Australia – 25 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Bahrain – 10 – (HRH The Duke of York)
Barbados – 20 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Belgium – 2 (HRH The Duke of York)
Botswana – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Canada – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Cayman Islands – 15 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Croatia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Cuba – 35 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Cyprus – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Estonia – 6 (HRH The Princess Royal)
France – 12 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Earl of Wessex, HRH The Princess Royal, Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence)
Germany –43 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duke of Kent)
Greece – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Grenada – 16 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
India – 23 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Italy – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Jersey – 2 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Kenya – 12 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Lebanon – 10 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Luxembourg – 1 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Malaysia – 11 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Morocco – 17 (HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duchess of Sussex)
New Zealand – 10 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge)
North Macedonia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Norway – 1 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
People’s Republic of China – 27 (HRH The Duke of York)
Republic of Ireland – 21 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Princess Royal)
Serbia – 8 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Singapore – 5 (HRH The Duke of York)
Slovenia – 8 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
South Africa – 18 (HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duchess of Sussex)
South Korea – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Spain – 2 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
St Kitts and Nevis – 13 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Lucia – 3 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Vincent and the Grenadines – 14 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Switzerland – 12 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge, HRH The Princess Royal)
The Netherlands – 9 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duke of Sussex)
UAE – 12 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
USA – 11 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)

Royals who have Official Meetings with Politicians, including Ambassadors and High Commissioners to 26th September, 2019

HM The Queen – 99
HRH The Prince of Wales – 62
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 27
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 8
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 1
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 8
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 6

HRH The Duke of York – 49
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 29
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 14
HRH The Princess Royal – 16

Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 4
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 3
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 3
HRH The Duke of Kent – 11
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Alexandra – 3

NOTE: HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 1

Used Secondary Title to 26th September 2019

HRH The Prince of Wales – 81 (The Duke of Cornwall – 8, The Duke of Rothesay – 72, Lord of the Isles – 1)
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 11 (The Duchess of Rothesay – 11)
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 15 (The Earl of Wessex AND Forfar)
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 9 (The Countess of Wessex AND Forfar)

Countries of the UK where Engagements Occurred to 26th September, 2019

England – 1771
Scotland – 213
Northern Ireland – 54
Wales – 45

Unofficial Engagements for Beatrice, Eugenie, Jack and Tim to 26th September, 2019

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 17
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 13
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 2
Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor – 3
James, Viscount Severn – 2
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 5
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 2
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
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Weekly Update to 3rd October, 2019

This week saw the royals out and about although the Queen is still clearly on her summer holidays. Charles and Camilla had one day of engagements in Scotland while Anne was there for a couple of days.

Harry and Meghan finished their southern African tour. I did find it interesting that although we saw Meghan on most days doing things officially many of those events didn’t make it into the Court Circular. The engagements that did appear seem to have been those announced before the tour but those not announced in advance weren’t classes as official engagements by Her Majesty.

Andrew started his now annual visit to Australia for Pitch@Palace Australia. This event takes place at this time of the year now. I did find the comment by the Premier of WA that they didn’t know Andrew was coming strange considering he was having dinner with the Governor of WA. I would have expected the Premier to have been invited to such a dinner as per normal protocol. Andrew’s visit, as is normal, is largely receiving no coverage. Most Aussies wouldn’t know he comes here annually, as does Edward.

One of the interesting things I came across in the CC was the fact that the UK sends an Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, but Pakistan sends a High Commissioner to the UK. William and Catherine met them both during the week, no doubt in preparation for their upcoming visit. I came across this same situation in relation to Bangladesh when analyzing 1997 but assumed that there was the possibility that between Charles meeting the Ambassador in London and the High Commissioner in Bangladesh that Bangladesh had been restored to the Commonwealth – even though I could find no evidence that they had ever left it. Normally the countries of the Commonwealth call their highest diplomat in each other’s countries a High Commissioner.

A note about MISSING DAYs – who knows maybe someone at BP is reading this as the 28th August is now up on the British Monarchy website

MISSING DAYS from online CC in September: 13th, 14th and 18th September.

Milestones achieved this week: Nil

Approaching a milestone: The Queen is approaching her double century (195) while Charles is approaching his quadruple century (395).

Total Engagements with Individual Percentage of Total

HM The Queen – 195 (195 – no change – 7.1%)
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4 (4 – no change – 0.1%)
HRH The Prince of Wales – 395 (390 – up 5 – 14.4%)
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 188 (185 – up 3 – 6.9%)
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 153 (142 – up 11 – 5.6%)
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 84 (77 – up 7 – 3.1%)
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 143 (123 – up 20 – 5.2%)
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 57 (51 – up 6 – 2.1%)
HRH The Duke of York – 256 (250 – up 6 – 9.3%)

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2 (2 – no change – 0.07%)
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 5 (5 – no change – 0.2%)
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1 (1 – no change – 0.03%)
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 241 (230 – up 11 – 8.8%)
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 174 (166 – up 8 – 6.3%)
HRH The Princess Royal – 380 (369 – up 11 – 13.9%)

Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence – 20 (20 – no change – 0.7%)
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 159 (148 – up 11 – 5.8%)
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 56 (53 – up 3 – 2.0%)
HRH The Duke of Kent – 165 (160 – up 5 – 6.0%)

HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 6 (6 – no change – 0.2%)
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3 (3 – no change – 0.1%)
HRH Princess Alexandra – 55 (55 – no change – 2.0%)

The League Table
Colour coding here is now by generation and family e.g. The Queen's generation are purple and dark blue.

Charles' generation are red and orange.

The Wales' branch of the family is green while the rest of that generation are yellow.

HRH The Prince of Wales – 395
HRH The Princess Royal – 380
HRH The Duke of York – 256
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 241

HM The Queen – 195
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 188
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 174
HRH The Duke of Kent – 165
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 159

HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 153
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 143
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 84
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 57
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 56
HRH Princess Alexandra – 55

Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence – 20
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 6
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 5
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3
HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1


Year to Date Total – 2742 (2635 – up 107)

Percentage and Total of Engagements

The number in brackets is the number of engagements carried out by that age-group.

90s (Elizabeth, Philip) – 7.3% (199)
80s (Edward Kent, Alexandra) – 8.0% (220)
70s (Charles, Camilla, Richard, Birgitte, Michael, Marie-Christine) – 29.4% (807)
60s (Anne, Tim) – 14.6% (400)
50s (Andrew, Edward, Sophie) – 24.5% (671)
40s
30s (William, Kate, Harry, Meghan, Beatrice, Jack) – 16.0% (440)
20s (Eugenie) – 0.2% (5)
10s (Louise) – 0%
Over Retirement Age (66) (All the 60s upwards) – 59.3% (1626)

Number of Days on which a royal undertook Official Engagements to 3rd October, 2019

HM The Queen – 81
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4
HRH The Prince of Wales – 118
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 72
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 86
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 57
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 80
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 33
HRH The Duke of York – 109

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2
HRH Princess Eugenie of York – 4
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 91
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 67
HRH The Princess Royal – 143

Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 17
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 77
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 41
HRH The Duke of Kent – 86

HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 5
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3
HRH Princess Alexandra – 39

Royal Palaces where Events Occurred to 3rd October, 2019

Buckingham Palace – 132
Buckingham Palace by The Queen – 129
Windsor Castle – 36
St James’ Palace – 115

Clarence House – 89
Kensington Palace – 105
Holyrood Palace – 15

Sandringham House – 8
Balmoral Castle – 7
Marlborough House – 5
Dumfries House – 56
Hillsborough Castle – 4
Frogmore House – 1
Royal Lodge – 1
Castle of Mey – 1
Birkhall – 2
Hampton Court Palace – 3
Tower of London – 3
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Types of Engagements from 26th September to 3rd October, 2019

Just a reminder that this is the type of engagement that occurred in the past week but the total is the total for the year not just for the week.

Briefing – 10
Called Upon – 17
Church Service – 42
Conference – 29
Dinner – 180
Discussion – 25
Funeral – 3
Graduation Ceremony/Ceremonies – 9
Laid Wreath/Flowers/Rose – 24
Lunch – 83
Meeting – 225
Memorial Day Service – 1
Met People – 32
Naming – 1
Opened – 134
Parade – 8
Pitch@Palace – 15
Presented Awards – 32
Prize Giving/Ceremony – 3
Received – 331
Received by – 76
Reception/s – 233
Unveiled – 13
Viewed – 25
Visit – 669

Patronages that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 26th September to 3rd October, 2019

African Parks – 4
Association of Commonwealth Universities – 3
Breast Cancer Haven Guardians – 2
Brendoncare Foundation – 2
Honorary Military – 130
International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness – 2
Linking Environment and Farming – 1
Luyten’s Trust – 1
National Association of Citizens’ Advice Bureaux – 5
National Police – 1
Pitch@Palace – 28
Royal Academy of Engineering – 4
Sense Scotland – 1
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – 37
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation – 74
The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust – 5
The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – 17
University Chancellor – 30
Women in Business Committee, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – 8

Organisations that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 26th September to 3rd October, 2019

A. W. Trailers – 1
ActionAid South Africa – 1
BBC Radio One’s Teen Hero Awards – 1
Blackpool Grand Theatre – 1
Blackpool Tower, Promenade, Blackpool – 3
Born Free to Shine – 1
Centre of Excellence for Gene and Protein Expression for Pharmaceutical Drug Research Laboratory – 1
Chester Town Hall – 1
Community Hub, Balallan Old School – 1
Company of Animals – 1
Dunnottar Castle – 1
Flannan Isles Memorial, Exhibition and Former Keepers’ Shore Station – 1
Fortescue Metals Group – 1
H. B. Allen Centre – 1
Halo Trust – 3
HMS Albion – 3
Marchmont House, Marchmont Estate – 1
Mauwa Health Centre, Mauwa (Malawi) – 1
Melksham Town Council – 1
Ministry of Defence, Corsham – 1
N-Vision, Flyde and Wyre Society for the Blind – 1
Pharmacy in a Box (Malawi) – 1
Princess Diana Orthopaedic Centre, Huambo – 1 Platform for Girls’ Education – 1
Queen’s House, Kelso – 1
Royal Air Force, Brize Norton – 1
Royal Flying Doctor Service – 1
Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst – 1
Semmco Limited – 1
Special Air Service (Australia) – 1
St Andrew’s School, Church Hill House – 1
Stable Life, Dryden Farm – 1
Stanhope-Seta – 1
Stonehaven Town – 2
Teddybear’s Clinic – 1
The Port at Port Hedland, Western Australia – 1
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise – Innovation – 3
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade – 4
The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy – 3
Tollbooth Museum – 2
Tsogolo Langa Youth Reproduction Health Outreach (Malawi) – 1
Waterworks Museum – 1
WM Donald Limited -1
Youth Employment Services Hub – 2

Overseas Engagements to 3rd October, 2019

Total – 538 (507 – up 31)

HRH The Prince of Wales – 102
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 75
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 20
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 54
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 23
HRH The Duke of York – 79
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 73

HRH The Countess of Wessex – 56
HRH The Princess Royal – 21
Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence – 1
HRH The Duke of Kent – 34

Countries Where Royals Have Undertaken Engagements to 3rd October, 2019

Angola – 10 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Australia – 29 (HRH The Duke of York,
HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Bahrain – 10 – (HRH The Duke of York)
Barbados – 20 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Belgium – 2 (HRH The Duke of York)
Botswana – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Canada – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Cayman Islands – 15 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Croatia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Cuba – 35 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Cyprus – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Estonia – 6 (HRH The Princess Royal)
France – 13 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Earl of Wessex, HRH The Princess Royal, Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence)
Germany –43 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duke of Kent)
Greece – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Grenada – 16 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
India – 23 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Italy – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Jersey – 2 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Kenya – 12 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Lebanon – 10 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Luxembourg – 1 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Malawi – 9 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Malaysia – 11 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Morocco – 17 (HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duchess of Sussex)
New Zealand – 10 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge)
North Macedonia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Norway – 1 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
People’s Republic of China – 27 (HRH The Duke of York)
Republic of Ireland – 21 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Princess Royal)
Serbia – 8 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Singapore – 5 (HRH The Duke of York)
Slovenia – 8 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
South Africa – 27 (HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duchess of Sussex)
South Korea – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Spain – 2 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
St Kitts and Nevis – 13 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Lucia – 3 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Vincent and the Grenadines – 14 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Switzerland – 12 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge, HRH The Princess Royal)
The Netherlands – 9 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duke of Sussex)
UAE – 12 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
USA – 11 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)

Royals who have Official Meetings with Politicians, including Ambassadors and High Commissioners to 3rd October, 2019

HM The Queen – 99
HRH The Prince of Wales – 62
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 27
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 11
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 4
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 14
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 7
HRH The Duke of York – 50

HRH The Earl of Wessex – 29
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 14
HRH The Princess Royal – 16
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 4
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 3
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 3
HRH The Duke of Kent – 11
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Alexandra – 3

NOTE: HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 1

Used Secondary Title to 3rd October, 2019

HRH The Prince of Wales – 87 (The Duke of Cornwall – 8, The Duke of Rothesay – 78, Lord of the Isles – 1)
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 14 (The Duchess of Rothesay – 14)
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 15 (The Earl of Wessex AND Forfar)
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 9 (The Countess of Wessex AND Forfar)

Countries of the UK where Engagements Occurred to 3rd October, 2019

England – 1826
Scotland – 232

Northern Ireland – 54
Wales – 45

Unofficial Engagements for Beatrice, Eugenie, Jack and Tim to 3rd October, 2019

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 17
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 13
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 2
Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor – 3
James, Viscount Severn – 2
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 5
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 2
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
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Weekly Update to 3rd October, 2019

One of the interesting things I came across in the CC was the fact that the UK sends an Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, but Pakistan sends a High Commissioner to the UK. Normally the countries of the Commonwealth call their highest diplomat in each other’s countries a High Commissioner.
Actually, this isn’t true. The UK has a High Commission in Pakistan and a High Commissioner. It is currently Thomas Drew
https://www.gov.uk/government/people/thomas-drew
https://www.gov.uk/world/organisatio...sion-islamabad

However, in 1972, Pakistan temporarily withdrew from the Commonwealth, and until it rejoined in 1989, the mission in Islamabad became an Embassy, headed by an Ambassador.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...om_to_Pakistan

I don’t know who on staff was writing the CC on this one, but they made a mistake (not the first time there’s been a mistake in the CC).
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This, as I said, also happened in 1997. In fact Charles was meeting with the British Ambassador to Bangladesh in the UK but when he meet the same person in Bangladesh he was called the High Commissioner while back in the UK the Queen was meeting the Ambassador. I have come across it a few times with those countries in the sub-continent where the terms vary depending on whether they are in their homeland or in the UK.

As William and Catherine meet these two people on the same day I don't think it is so much an error but a difference in terminology being used. The CC remember is authorised daily by The Queen regardless of who actually writes it. I suspect she knows the correct terms. The person may be the High Commissioner when in Pakistan but use the term Ambassador in the UK. That means that ALL mistakes in the CC are down to The Queen as she has the final say and has to sign off on it before it is issued. It isn't down to the writers but to the Queen herself.

I now the Pakistan situation from 1972 - 1989. I was actually at the Pakistan Embassy in Canberra with some students on the day they were changing the signs from 'Embassy' to 'High Commission' and saw it happen.
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My pleasure.

Amazing what started as a way to deal with my depression following the death of my father in 2011 has turned into my post-retirement interest project. I am almost finished by analysis in 1997 but every time I think I am finished I come up with something else I could add to analyse ... I hope to finally put 1997 to bed during this coming week and then onto 1998.

Now that my health is almost back to full strength, although I still have some heart issues but fairly 'minor' (I know it is still a heart issue but controllable by medication we hope) I am hoping to get to either my university and look at their back copies of The Times pre-1997 to see how much of the CC I can get from them or the State Library of NSW for the same information. The State Library would be the better option as I hope to access it online and for free (well my taxes pay for it) whereas I would have to pay an annual fee at the university.
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If anyone has the CC for the 9th or 10th October could they PM me. I can't do a weekly update as neither of my sources have updated since the 8th October.
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Weekly Update to 10th October, 2019

Sorry about the delay. One of my two sources is now up to date – including 14th October with the State Opening of Parliament already up. The British Monarchy website is still only up to the 8th September – so about a week behind.

Andrew ended his overseas tour of Australia and the UAE while Anne and Tim went to Japan for the Rugby and Richard went to Morocco.

MISSING DAYS from the British Monarchy online CC in September: 28th August, 13th, 14th and 18th September, 9th and 10th October. Any dates I list as missing are dates for which I have another source.

Milestones achieved this week: The Queen reached her double century (208)

Approaching a milestone: Charles (396) and Anne (394) are both approaching their quadruple centuries.

Total Engagements with Individual Percentage of Total

HM The Queen – 208 (195 – up 13 – 7.3%)
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4 (4 – no change – 0.1%)
HRH The Prince of Wales – 396 (395 – up 1 – 14.0%)
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 188 (188 – no change – 6.6%)
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 160 (153 – up 7 – 5.7%)
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 87 (84 – up 3 – 3.1%)
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 145 (143 – up 2 – 5.1%)

HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 57 (57 – no change – 2.0%)
HRH The Duke of York – 267 (256 – up 11 – 9.4%)
HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2 (2 – no change – 0.07%)
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 5 (5 – no change – 0.2%)
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1 (1 – no change – 0.03%)
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 252 (241 – up 11 – 8.9%)
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 179 (174 – up 5 – 6.3%)
HRH The Princess Royal – 394 (380 – up 14 – 13.9%)
Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence – 29 (20 – up 9 – 1.0%)
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 167 (159 – up 8 – 5.9%)
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 57 (56 – up 1 – 2.0%)
HRH The Duke of Kent – 168 (165 – up 3 – 5.9%)

HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 6 (6 – no change – 0.2%)
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3 (3 – no change – 0.1%)
HRH Princess Alexandra – 55 (55 – no change – 1.9%)

The League Table
Colour coding here is now by generation and family e.g. The Queen's generation are purple and dark blue.

Charles' generation are red and orange.

The Wales' branch of the family is green while the rest of that generation are yellow.

HRH The Prince of Wales – 396
HRH The Princess Royal – 394
HRH The Duke of York – 267
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 252

HM The Queen – 208
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 188
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 179
HRH The Duke of Kent – 168
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 167

HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 160
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 145
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 87
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 57
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 57
HRH Princess Alexandra – 55

Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence – 29
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 6
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 5
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3
HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1


Year to Date Total – 2830 (2742 – up 88)

Percentage and Total of Engagements

The number in brackets is the number of engagements carried out by that age-group.

90s (Elizabeth, Philip) – 7.5% (212)
80s (Edward Kent, Alexandra) – 7.9% (223)
70s (Charles, Camilla, Richard, Birgitte, Michael, Marie-Christine) – 28.9% (817)
60s (Anne, Tim) – 14.9% (423)
50s (Andrew, Edward, Sophie) – 24.7% (698)
40s
30s (William, Kate, Harry, Meghan, Beatrice, Jack) – 15.9% (452)
20s (Eugenie) – 0.2% (5)
10s (Louise) – 0%
Over Retirement Age (67) (All the 60s upwards) – 59.2% (1675)

Number of Days on which a royal undertook Official Engagements to 10th October, 2019

HM The Queen – 84
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – 4
HRH The Prince of Wales – 119
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 72
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 89
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 59
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 81

HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 33
HRH The Duke of York – 114
HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 2
HRH Princess Eugenie of York – 4
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 1
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 95
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 70
HRH The Princess Royal – 149
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 21
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 82
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 42
HRH The Duke of Kent – 87

HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 5
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 3
HRH Princess Alexandra – 39

Royal Palaces where Events Occurred to 10th October, 2019

Buckingham Palace – 135
Buckingham Palace by The Queen – 143

Windsor Castle – 36
St James’ Palace – 117
Clarence House – 90
Kensington Palace – 112

Holyrood Palace – 15
Sandringham House – 8
Balmoral Castle – 7
Marlborough House – 5
Dumfries House – 56
Hillsborough Castle – 6
Frogmore House – 1
Royal Lodge – 1
Castle of Mey – 1
Birkhall – 2
Hampton Court Palace – 3
Tower of London – 3
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Types of Engagements from 4th October to 10th October, 2019

Just a reminder that this is the type of engagement that occurred in the past week but the total is the total for the year not just for the week.

Audience – 67
Council – 10
Dinner – 182
Festival – 2
Investiture – 21
Lunch – 86
Meeting – 233
Opened – 136
Pitch@Palace – 19
Received – 351
Received Address – 2
Received by – 78
Reception/s – 238
Replied to Address – 2
Rugby – 14
Service of Remembrance – 3
Unveiled – 14
Unveiling – 4
Viewed – 26
Visit – 695

Patronages that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 4th October to 10th October, 2019

Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations – 1
Brainwave – 1
Chaffinch Trust – 2
Disability Initiative – 2
Girlguiding – 2
Give Them a Sporting Chance – 2
Global Heritage Fund UK – 4
Haddo House Choral and Operatic Society – 1
Honorary Military – 136
International Olympic Committee – 3
Minchinhampton Centre for the Elderly Limited – 1
Natural History Museum – 1
Parkinson’s UK – 2
Pitch@Palace – 33
Save the Children UK – 10
Scottish Rugby Union – 8
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – 41
The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – 25
UK Fashion and Textile Association – 6
United Grand Lodge of England – 9
Women’s Network Forum, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – 5

Organisations that were Supported via an Official Engagement from 4th October to 10th October, 2019

Angela Marmot Centre for Biodiversity – 1
Belfast Activity Centre -1
Body Worlds Exhibition – 1
Burrell Collection – 1
Community Recording Studio – 1
Dar Si Said (National Museum of Weaving and Carpets) – 1
Emirates Diplomatic Academy – 1
Eve Branson Foundation – 1
Fermanagh Scouting Centre – 1
Florence Court – 1
HMS Royal Oak
Hub71, Al Khatem Tower – 1
John Smedley Limited – 2
Khalifa Fund for Enterprise – 1
Lakeland Community Centre – 1
Le Musee Mohammed VI pour la civilization de l’eau au Maroc (Water Museum) – 1
Mullylusty Cottage – 1
Nottingham Academy – 1
Organ Renovation Project, Bristol Cathedral – 1
Rose Window, Bristol – 1
Save the Children UK – 2
Scottish Rugby Union – 7
Semmco Limited – 1
Tarporley War Memorial Hospital – 1
Tarves Heritage Centre – 1
UK Fashion and Textile Association – 1
United Kingdom-Japan Nuclear Decommissioning Collaboration – 2
Wheels Project Limited – 1

Overseas Engagements to 10th October, 2019

Total – 538 (507 – up 31)

HRH The Prince of Wales – 102
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 75
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 20
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 54
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 23
HRH The Duke of York – 90
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 73
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 56
HRH The Princess Royal – 29
Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence – 7
HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 7

HRH The Duke of Kent – 34

Countries Where Royals Have Undertaken Engagements to 10th October, 2019

Angola – 10 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Australia – 32 (HRH The Duke of York, HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Bahrain – 10 – (HRH The Duke of York)
Barbados – 20 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Belgium – 2 (HRH The Duke of York)
Botswana – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Canada – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Cayman Islands – 15 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Croatia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Cuba – 35 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Cyprus – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Estonia – 6 (HRH The Princess Royal)
France – 13 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Earl of Wessex, HRH The Princess Royal, Vice-Admiral Tim Laurence)
Germany –43 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duke of Kent)
Greece – 9 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Grenada – 16 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
India – 23 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Italy – 3 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Japan – 14 (HRH The Princess Royal, Admiral Tim Laurence)
Jersey – 2 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Kenya – 12 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Lebanon – 10 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)
Luxembourg – 1 (HRH The Princess Royal)
Malawi – 9 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
Malaysia – 11 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Morocco – 25 (HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duchess of Sussex, HRH The Duke of Gloucester)
New Zealand – 10 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge)
North Macedonia – 7 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
Norway – 1 (HRH The Duke of Sussex)
People’s Republic of China – 27 (HRH The Duke of York)
Republic of Ireland – 21 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, HRH The Princess Royal)
Serbia – 8 (HRH The Duke of Kent)
Singapore – 5 (HRH The Duke of York)
Slovenia – 8 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
South Africa – 27 (HRH The Duke of Sussex, HRH The Duchess of Sussex)
South Korea – 15 (HRH The Duke of York)
Spain – 2 (HRH The Earl of Wessex)
St Kitts and Nevis – 13 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Lucia – 3 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
St Vincent and the Grenadines – 14 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall)
Switzerland – 12 (HRH The Duke of Cambridge, HRH The Princess Royal)
The Netherlands – 9 (HRH The Prince of Wales, HRH The Duke of Sussex)
UAE – 20 (HRH The Duke of York, HRH The Earl of Wessex)
USA – 11 (HRH The Countess of Wessex)

Royals who have Official Meetings with Politicians, including Ambassadors and High Commissioners to 10th October, 2019

HM The Queen – 108
HRH The Prince of Wales – 62
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 27
HRH The Duke of Cambridge – 11
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – 4
HRH The Duke of Sussex – 14
HRH The Duchess of Sussex – 7
HRH The Duke of York – 53
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 29
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 14
HRH The Princess Royal – 17
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 5

HRH The Duke of Gloucester – 4
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester – 3
HRH The Duke of Kent – 11
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
HRH Princess Alexandra – 3

NOTE: HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 1

Used Secondary Title to 10th October, 2019

HRH The Prince of Wales – 87 (The Duke of Cornwall – 8, The Duke of Rothesay – 78, Lord of the Isles – 1)
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall – 14 (The Duchess of Rothesay – 14)
HRH The Earl of Wessex – 18 (The Earl of Wessex AND Forfar)
HRH The Countess of Wessex – 9 (The Countess of Wessex AND Forfar)

Countries of the UK where Engagements Occurred to 10th October, 2019

England – 1874
Scotland – 234
Northern Ireland – 62
Wales – 45

Unofficial Engagements for Beatrice, Eugenie, Jack and Tim to 10th October, 2019

HRH Princess Beatrice of York – 17
HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank – 13
Mr Jack Brooksbank – 2
Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor – 3
James, Viscount Severn – 2
Vice Admiral Tim Laurence – 5
HRH Prince Michael of Kent – 2
HRH Princess Michael of Kent – 1
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