The video of the Lieutenant Governor’s installation address is now online! Watch to get a better idea of what Her Honour is all about. La vidéo du…
TRH The Earl and Countess of Wessex arrived in British Columbia on 12 September 2014. Here are just a few photos from their engagements from the past few days:
The first photo shows the arrival of TRH at Government House. (x)
In the second photo, TRH can be seen at the dedication of the Cary Castle Mews. (x)
HRH The Countess of Wessex is seen visiting the Rick Hansen Institute in the third photo. (x)
TRH are to continue their visit to Canada (Prince Edward’s 36th and The Countess’s 12th) in Saskatchewan and Northern Ontario.
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The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news.
As with her first pregnancy, The Duchess is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. Her Royal Highness will no longer accompany The Duke of Cambridge on their planned engagement in Oxford today. The Duchess of Cambridge is being treated by doctors at Kensington Palace.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge is to become a helicopter pilot with East Anglian Air Ambulance.
After completing a mandatory period of training this autumn and winter, The Duke will start work with the Air Ambulance, based at Cambridge and Norwich Airports and flying both day and night shifts, in spring 2015. The Duke will start as a co-pilot but, after a period of training, will be qualified to fly as a helicopter commander.
This job will be the Duke’s primary occupation, but his roster will take into account the duties and responsibilities he will continue to undertake on behalf of The Queen, both in the United Kingdom and overseas. The Duke will also continue his work with his patronages and with the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
In common with all other East Anglian Air Ambulance pilots, The Duke will be formally employed by Bond Air Services. He will draw a salary which he will donate in full to charity.
The Duke will begin training for his Air Transport Pilot’s Licence (Helicopter) in September, which is estimated to take a minimum of five months to complete. The Duke will continue to undertake engagements on behalf of The Queen and his charitable affiliations during this time.
Training for the ATPL (H) will culminate in 14 examinations and a flight test.
The job will build on The Duke’s operational experience in the Royal Air Force Search and Rescue Force, which His Royal Highness completed in September 2013. During this time he undertook more than 150 search and rescue operations. (x)
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HRH The Duchess of Cambridge visited Bletchley Park on 18 June 2014 to see the restoration to its World War II settings.
Canada celebrated the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne in 2012. To mark this Diamond Jubilee, the Government of Canada implemented special initiatives to honour Her Majesty’s reign, her service and her dedication to this country, and to celebrate Canadian achievements of the last 60 years.
Announcement of Diamond Jubilee Scholarships from the Prime Minister’s Office
George sits down with Prince Charles in the first ever Canadian TV interview with His Royal Highness.
Prince Charles praises Charlottetown on 20 May 2014.
The Prince answers questions by The Globe and Mail’s Jane Taber on what motivates his charitable pursuits, why he believes in sustainable urbanism and one of his first memories of Canada – travelling to the Arctic
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrive at Robert L. Stanfield International Airport in Halifax, May 19th 2014.
The Prince of Wales hosted a pre-homecoming reception in the Clarence House gardens on 14 May 2014 for Canadians living in the United Kingdom. George Stroumboulopoulos was among the guests. Stay tuned for his exclusive interview with HRH Prince Charles about Canada and his charities.
TRH Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall will arrive at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport on 18 May 2014.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit three provinces and six communities during their four day visit: Halifax and Pictou County in Nova Scotia (May 18 and 19); Charlottetown, Bonshaw, and Cornwall in Prince Edward Island (May 19 and 20); and Winnipeg in Manitoba (May 20 and 21)
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