The Princess Royal has received an honorary degree for a lifetime of charity work – from her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall.
Duchess of Cornwall
The Duchess of Cornwall will present an honorary degree to her sister-in-law the Princess Royal at the University of Aberdeen on Tuesday.
The royal family’s decade has been one of major milestones with Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning monarch in history and the Duke of Edinburgh retiring after decades of royal service.
The royals showcased glamorous gowns and on-trend day wear this year, with the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex heralded for their sartorial style.
The royal family’s decade has been one of celebration, from weddings, milestones and a jubilee to an abundance of royal babies.
Jubilee tours and Brexit trips made up some of the official overseas visits for the globe-trotting royals over the past decade.
The royals’ decade has been marked with a feast of family celebration, from weddings to an abundance of royal babies.
The Duchess of Cornwall will present an honorary degree to the Princess Royal at the University of Aberdeen’s graduation ceremony in January.
The Prince of Wales has attended a ceremony to formally welcome his namesake £3.1 billion aircraft carrier into the Royal Navy.
The Prince of Wales will attend the commissioning ceremony of his namesake £3.1 billion aircraft carrier.
Donald Trump met the Prince of Wales for an afternoon tea at Clarence House but their meeting was cut short after the US President arrived late.