22 October 2019

The Prince of Wales will visit Japan for the Enthronement of His Majesty Emperor Naruhito followed by a day of engagements in Tokyo, 22-23 October 2019.

The Duchess of Cornwall, President of the Royal Osteoporosis Society and Patron of Versus Arthritis, will open the new Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (RNHRD) and the Brownsword Therapies Centre, at the Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH).

Her Royal Highness will subsequently join a reception to mark the 20th anniversary of The Forever Friends Appeal, the charity for the RUH. Royal United Hospitals Bath, Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NG.

17 October 2019

The Duchess of Cornwall will open the new Dream Centre at Chailey Heritage Foundation. The multi-purpose centre features a sports hall, stage, immersive sensory zone and specialist rebound therapy facilities. With its versatility and 21st century innovations, the new centre will provide young people with complex disabilities the opportunity to participate in engaging activities. Chailey Heritage Foundation, Haywards Heath Road, North Chailey, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 4EF.

The Duchess of Cornwall, President, will visit Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft to view their Typography exhibition and meet artists and craftspeople in the William & Margaret Rowling Gallery, before seeing their new exhibition Disruption, Devotion + Distributism. She will then meet school children using their Clore Learning Space as part of the after school Museum Club. Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, Lodge Hill Lane, Ditchling, East Sussex, BN6 8SP.

16 October 2019

The Duchess of Cornwall will attend a reception for the ‘Poetry Together’ initiative followed by a tea party. At the event, hosted by Gyles Brandreth, schoolchildren and older people will perform poetry they have learnt by heart. Eaton Square Upper School, 106 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NL.

The Duchess of Cornwall, Vice Patron, the Royal Commonwealth Society, will attend a pre-dinner reception for the High Commissioners’ Banquet and will meet High Commissioners and Commonwealth representatives at the Guildhall, Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HH.

The Duchess of Cornwall will host a tea to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Children’s Laureate at Clarence House, London, SW1A 1BA.

15 October 2019

Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by The Duchess of Cornwall, will attend a Service to celebrate the 750th anniversary of the re-building of Westminster Abbey, London SW1.

The Duchess of Cornwall will host a tea for the Booker Prize Foundation, where Her Royal Highness will meet the 2019 Booker Prize Winner. Clarence House, London, SW1A 1BA.

13 October 2019

The Prince of Wales will attend the canonisation of Cardinal John Henry Newman at the Vatican. Following the service, His Royal Highness will attend a reception at the Pontifical Urban College. Cardinal Newman studied at the College while preparing to become a Catholic priest.

2 October 2019

The Duke of Rothesay will visit W M Donald, a family run construction and civil engineering business, to open their new headquarters. W M Donald Limited, Marrlaine, Netherley, Stonehaven AB39 3QN.

The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay will visit Stonehaven town centre and visit three local businesses: Charles McHardy Butchers, Giulianotti Ice Cream and Vintage Sweet Shop and Graingers Deli, Stonehaven.

21 September 2019

The Prince of Wales will attend commemorations in The Netherlands marking the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem.

11 September 2019

The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay will officially open a new visitor centre at the Bladnoch Distillery, the southernmost distillery in Scotland dating back to 1817. Bladnoch Distillery, Bladnoch, Galloway DG8 9AB.

The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay will visit the coastal village of Garlieston, where the port played an important role in D-Day preparations in 1944. Garlieston, Wigtownshire DG8 8BE.

The Duchess of Rothesay will visit Moat Brae, a museum and the National Centre for Children’s Literature and Storytelling. The Georgian townhouse and gardens were acknowledged by J.M. Barrie as the inspiration for his legendary story – Peter Pan. Moat Brae, 101 George Street, Dumfries DG1 1EA.

5 September 2019

The Duchess of Cornwall, Patron-in-Chief of the Victory Services Association, will meet members and staff at the Club and open its newly refurbished dining facilities, kitchens and lounge conference room. The Association was founded in 1907 to promote esprit de corps among retired members of the Armed Forces. The Club now has 64,000 members, drawn from the UK Armed Forces, the former serving communities, the Commonwealth and NATO. The Victory Services Club, Seymour St, Hyde Park Estate, London W2 2HF

The Duchess of Cornwall will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the British Dance Council at a celebratory tea dance. Her Royal Highness will watch a performance by the British Ballroom Champions and the British Latin Champions and meet guests including some associated with Strictly Come Dancing. As President of The Royal Osteoporosis Society, Her Royal Highness will meet supporters who encourage dance as a means of keeping your bones healthy. The British Dance Council is the regulator and coordinating body for Ballroom, Latin, Classical Sequence and Freestyle Dancing. The Victory Services Club, Seymour Street, Hyde Park Estate, London, W2 2HF.

The Duchess of Cornwall, Patron, will visit the Royal School of Needlework and launch their new exhibition ‘Faces & Figures in Stitch’, featuring a portrait of The Duchess, hand embroidered using the traditional technique of Blackwork. Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, KT8 9AU.

8 August 2019

The Duke of Rothesay, Patron of The Scottish Highland Games Association, will attend The Ballater Highland Games to meet committee members, before taking the salute from The Lonach Highlanders and meeting members of the StrathDee Tug-of-war team. Monaltrie Park, Ballater AB35 5NN.