A statement from the Communications Secretary to The Duke and Duchess of CambridgeTheir Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will undertake an official tour to Sweden and Norway between Tuesday 30th January and Friday 2nd February. This visit is at the request of The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and will be Their Royal Highnesses’ first official visits to the two countries.
THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE TO DELIVER KEYNOTE SPEECH AT CHARITY COMMISSION ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETINGThe Duke of Cambridge will deliver the keynote speech at the Charity Commission Annual Public Meeting (APM) at the Royal Institution on Tuesday 23rd January. The Charity Commission is the registrar and regulator of charities in England and Wales with a mission to promote public trust and confidence in charities, encouraging charitable giving in all of its forms.
Prince Harry and Ms. Markle will visit Cardiff on Thursday, 18th January, for a day showcasing the rich culture and heritage of Wales, and to learn more about some of the organisations working in communities across the country. They will first visit Cardiff Castle, an iconic building with a history dating back 2,000 years, in the heart of the capital. The castle’s architecturally rich Gothic Revival interiors will be put to use as the backdrop for a Welsh Culture festival.
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Selecting a term
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