Sunday, 30 September 2018

Nobel Prize Schedule (2018)

(All times are local Stockholm & Oslo, both GMT+1)

Note: 
  • The 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature is delayed till next year, due to Scandal with the Royal Academy. 
  • Princess Madeleine of Sweden & Chris O'Neil will not be attending this year, due to their Family's move to Florida, USA 
    December 10th Monday
      Norway 
      • Save the Children’s Peace Prize Party (11 AM - Noon)
      • King Receives Nobel Peace Prize Laureates (Noon)
      • Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony/ Lecture (1:00- 2:40 PM)
      • Nobel Peace Prize Banquet (6:30 PM)
        • Laureates wave from Balcony (7 PM)
        • No Live Stream
      Sweden 
      December 11th Tuesday
      Norway 
      • Nobel Peace Prize Concert 
        • On Hiatus
      Sweden 
      • King's Banquet for the Nobel Laureates at Palace (7:30 PM)
        • Private Banquet, but we get photos of the Roayls arriving
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      Nobel Prize Laureates (2018)

      The 2018 Nobel Laureates will be announced this week, and next week. The award ceremony is on December 10th.

      Physiology or Medicine
      Awarded to James P. Allison (1/2), from USA, & Tasuku Honjo (1/2), from Japan, for "their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation. "
      The Prize is awarded by the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institute.

      Physics
      Awarded to Arthur Ashkin (1/2), from USA, for "for the optical tweezers and their application to biological systems" and Gérard Mourou (1/4), from France, & Donna Strickland (1/4), from Canada, for "their method of generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses. "
      The Prize is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

      Chemistry
      Awarded to Frances H. Arnold (1/2), from USA, for "the directed evolution of enzymes" and George P. Smith (1/4), from USA, & Gregory P. Winter (1/4), from UK, for "the phage display of peptides and antibodies."
      The Prize is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

      Peace
      Awarded to Denis Mukwege (1/2), from Congo, & Nadia Murad (1/2), from Iraq, for "their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict."
      The Prize is awarded by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.

      Economic Sciences (Monday 8 October)
      Awarded to William D. Nordhaus (1/2), from USA, and Paul M. Romer (1/2), from USA, for "integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis."
      The Prize is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

      Literature (Postponed till 2019)
      Delayed due to the scandal with the Swedish Academy which presents the award. The Prize will be awarded in 2019, with the 2019 Nobel Laureates.

      Q&A on the delay by  Lars Heikensten, Executive Director of the Nobel Foundation.

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      Wednesday, 26 September 2018

      Prince William - Official Engagements (2019)

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      William's current count is 70 engagements for 2019.

      (Unconfirmed) - Not Officially Confirmed/ Announced, Yet, but Expected 
      (Possible) - Not Confirmed or 100% Expected, but Possible due to past appearances or reports of their attendance 


      **Past Months at Bottom of the Page **
      May 
      Thursday 2nd 
      • Host Investiture at Buckingham Palace
      Friday 3rd 
      • Attend 50 years of continuous at sea deterrent service at Westminister Abbey (Royal Navy Submarine Service.)
      Tuesday 7th 
      • Received Mr Mark Rose (Chief Executive Officer, Flora and Fauna International)
      • Attend the launch of the King’s Cup Regatta at Cutty Sark
      Wednesday 8th 
      • Visit Caernarfon Coastguard Search and Rescue Helicopter Base in Northern Wales
        • With Kate 
      • Visit Halen Môn Anglesey Sea Salt shop
        • With Kate
      • Joined representatives from 1st Menai Bridge Scouts Group, Surfers Against Sewage, the Isle of Anglesey County Council and Natural Resource Wales for beach exploration and clean-up activities at Newborough Beach
        • With Kate
      Tuesday 14th 
      • Received  Dr Haruhisa Handa, Chairman of International Sports Promotion Society Handa
      • Attend a joint meeting of the United4Wildlife taskforces for the financial and transport sector
      Wednesday 15th 
      • Attended the launch of a new mental health campaign at Wembley Stadium
        • Received Mr Mark Bullingham upon assuming his appointment as Chief Executive Officer
      Friday 17th 
      • Attended a Lunch at Buckingham Palace for Conservation International and the Elephant Protection Initiative
      Saturday 18th 
      • Attend FA Cup final 
        • Present trophy
      Sunday 19th 
      • Visited the Royal Horticultural Society Back to Nature Garden in the gardens of the Royal Hospital Chelsea
        • With Kate & kids
      Upcoming Engagements: 
      Monday 20th - (Possible)
      • Attend RHS Chelsea Flower Show Preview Day 
      Tuesday 21st 
      • Attend launch the Safer Thames campaign to help prevent accidents and self-harm incidents on the River Thames
      June 
      Saturday 8th  - (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend Trooping the Colours
      Monday 17th - (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend Order of the Garter Service at St. George's Chapel
      18th-22nd - (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend Royal Ascot
      (21st: Prince William's 37th Birthday)

      July 

      August
      Friday 9th 

      • Host the King’s Cup Regatta on the Island of Wight

      (Royals are off for most of August)

      September
      ? - (Unconfirmed)
      October
      ? - (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend Tusk Trust Awards
      Date not Announced - (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend 2nd Annual Royal Foundation Forum 
      November
      Saturday 9th - (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall
      Sunday 10th - (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph
      December
      Date Not Yet Announced 
      • Attend Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace  (Unconfirmed)
      • Attend Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund Christmas Concert (Possible)

      ** Past Months **
      January (11)
      Wednesday 9th 
      • Visit London Air Ambulance to mark their 30th anniversary
      • Received Sir Timothy Clark, president of Emirates airlines
      Thursday 10th 
      • Received the Lord Hague of Richmond, Chairman of United for Wildlife Transport and Finance Taskforces.
      Friday 10th 
      •  Received Sir Keith Mills, Chairman of the Royal Foundation
        • With Kate
      Wednesday 16th 
      • Received Sir David Attenborough, Naturalist and Broadcaster
      • Received the David Mundell, Secretary of State for Scotland
      Tuesday 22nd 
      • Attend World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland 
        • Received Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of World Economic Forum
        • Attended a Meeting on Global Governance
        • Received Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand
        • Interview Sir David Attenborough 
        • Attended a Screening of Sir David Attenborough’s new documentary series, “Our Planet”
      Wednesday 23rd
      • Attend World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland 
        • Received Al Gore, former vice-president of the USA
        • Attended a meeting on the illegal wildlife trade
        • Speak on Mental Health panel
        • Meet with Queen Maxima of the Netherlands & Angela Merkle, Chancellor of Germany
      Tuesday 29th 
      • Officially opened the Victoria and Albert Museum Dundee
        • With Kate
      • Met employees of the Dundee Michelin tyre factory and their families at the Crescent Community Centre
        • Attended a Meeting of the Michelin Dundee Action Group
        • Give speech
        • With Kate
      Thursday 31st 
      • Host investiture at Buckingham Palace
      February (14)
      Tuesday 5th 
      • Host investiture at Buckingham Palace
      Wednesday 6th 
      • Visited Mental Health Innovations at Phoenix Brewery
      Sunday 10th
        Tuesday 12th 
        • Held a Duchy of Cornwall Meeting at Kensington Palace
        • Received Harry Kane (Football Association)
        Wednesday 13th 
        • Visit Passage Charity, a homeless resource center, and join volunteers in the lunch shift
        Thursday 14th 
        • Visit Pall Mall Barbers
        • Visit a session called ‘Future Dads’ that was set up by the charity Working With Men
        Wednesday 27th - Belfast, Northern Ireland
        • Visit the Irish Football Association, at the National Football Stadium
        • Visit Extern at Roscor Youth Village
        • Attended a Reception at the Belfast Empire Music Hall
        Tuesday 28th -  Northern Ireland

        • Received representatives from the Police Service of Northern Ireland at Hillsborough Castle
        • Visited Cinemagic at Braid Museum and Arts Centre
        • Visited Sure Start at St Joseph’s Early Years Centre
        March (21)
        Friday 1st 
        • Meet with Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan
        • Received Sir Keith Mills, Chairman of the Royal Foundation
        Monday 4th 
        • Visit the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to open the Mayhew Theatre, a new state-of-the-art learning facility in the Diplomatic Academy building
        Tuesday 5th 
        • Received the President of the Republic of Cyprus
          • With Charles
        • Attend reception at Buckingham Palace for 50th anniversary of Prince Charles's investiture as Prince of Wales
        Wednesday 6th - Blackpool
        • Attend roundtable briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway at Blackpool Tower
          • Walkabout on ‘Comedy Carpet’ 
          • With Kate
        • Visited two properties in Kirby Road, Blackpool, to see the efforts being made to improve the quality of housing in the town
          • With Kate
        • Visit Blackpool Central Library to attend sessions on mental health
        • Visit Revoe Park, community garden and park
          • With Kate
        Thursday 7th 
        • Held a Duchy of Cornwall Meeting at Kensington Palace
        • Received a briefing on the Royal Foundation United for Wildlife IWT Transport and Financial Taskforces
        Friday 8th 
        • Received Lorraine Heggessey, Chief Executive of the Royal Foundation 
          • With Kate
        Monday 11th
        • Attend Commonwealth Day Ceremony
        Tuesday 12th 
        • Received Rear Admiral John Weale, Flag Officer Scotland and Northern Ireland, Rear Admiral Submarines and Assistant Chief of Naval Staff Submarines
        • Received Ms Lynne Owens, Director General of National Crime Agency
        Wednesday 13th 
        • Held a trustees meeting for the Royal Foundation 
          • With Kate
        Saturday 16th 
        • Officially open Brains Brewery
        • Attend Wales vs Ireland Six Nations match
        Sunday 17th
        • Attend Irish Guard's St. Patricks Day Parade
          • Hand out shamrocks
        (March 18th - April 5th: 3-week attachment with the Secret Intelligence Service, Security Service in London, and Government Communications Headquarters.)

        Tuesday 19th 
        • Host investiture at Buckingham Palace
        Thursday 28th
        • Host investiture at Buckingham Palace
        April (11)
        Thursday 4th
        • Attend Global Premiere of Netflix UK's ‘Our Planet"
          • With Charles & Harry
        Thursday 25th
        • Attended the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) Day Service at the Auckland War Memorial Museum
          • Lay a wreath
        • Visited Starship Hospital
        • Visited the Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct
        • Received Leaders of Christchurch Muslim Community at the George Hotel
        Friday 26th - New Zealand
        • Visited Christchurch Hospital
        • Visited Masjid Al Noor
        • Visited Burwood Hospital
        • Visited Linwood Masjid
        • Visited Oi Manawa Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial
          • Lay a wreath
        • Received the Governor-General of New Zealand (the Rt. Hon. Dame Patricia Reddy) at Auckland International Airport

        Duchess Kate - Official Engagements (2019)

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        Kate's current count is 47 engagements for 2019.

        (Unconfirmed) - Not Officially Confirmed/ Announced, Yet, but Expected 
        (Possible) - Not Confirmed or 100% Expected, but Possible due to past appearances or reports of their attendance 


        **Past months at bottom of the page**
        May
        Wednesday 1st 
        • Officially open the new Centre of Excellence for Anna Freud National Centre
        Tuesday 7th 
        • Attend the launch of the King’s Cup Regatta at Cutty Sark
          • With William
        Wednesday 8th 
        • Visit Caernarfon Coastguard Search and Rescue Helicopter Base in Northern Wales
          • With William 
        • Visit Halen Môn Anglesey Sea Salt shop
          • With William 
        • Joined representatives from 1st Menai Bridge Scouts Group, Surfers Against Sewage, the Isle of Anglesey County Council and Natural Resource Wales for beach exploration and clean-up activities at Newborough Beach
          • With William  
        Tuesday 14th 
        • Visit Bletchley Park to view a special D-Day exhibition in the newly restored Teleprinter Building
        Wednesday 15th 
        • Visited the Royal Horticultural Society Back to Nature Garden in the gardens of the Royal Hospital Chelsea
        Friday 17th 
        • Visited the Royal Horticultural Society Back to Nature Garden in the gardens of the Royal Hospital Chelsea
        Saturday 18th 
        • Visited the Royal Horticultural Society Back to Nature Garden in the gardens of the Royal Hospital Chelsea
        Sunday 19th 
        • Visited the Royal Horticultural Society Back to Nature Garden in the gardens of the Royal Hospital Chelsea
          • With William & kids
        Upcoming Engagements: 
        Monday 20th - (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend RHS Chelsea Flower Show Preview Day 
        ???  - (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend the Queen's Garden Party at Buckingham Palace
        June 
        Saturday 9th (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend Trooping the Colours
        Monday 17th - (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend Order of the Garter Service
        18th-22nd (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend Royal Ascot
        July 
        1st-14th (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend Wimbledon
        Monday 1st - (Possible)
        • Attend RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival Preview Day 
        August
        Friday 9th 
        • Host the inaugural regatta The King’s Cup  on the Isle of Wight
        (Royals are off for most of August)

        September

        Tuesday 3rd - (Possible)
        • Attend RHS Garden Wisley Preview Day 
        October
        ?? (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend 2nd Annual Royal Foundation Forum 
        November
        Saturday 9th - (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall
        Sunday 10th - (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph
        Date Not Yet Announced - (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend annual Autumn Dinner for the Royal Foundation
        December
        Date Not Yet Announced - (Unconfirmed)
        • Attend Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace 

        ** Past Months **
        January (7)
        (9th: Kate's 37th birthday)
        Friday 10th 
        • Received Sir Keith Mills, Chairman of the Royal Foundation
        Tuesday 15th 
        • Visit the King Henry’s Walk Community Garden in Islington.
        Wednesday 16th 
        • Visited the Costume Department at the Royal Opera House
        Tuesday 22nd 
        • Visit Family Action Lewisham, which provides support for children and families in South London, to launch 'FamilyLine', a national support line
        Tuesday 29th 
        • Officially opened the Victoria and Albert Museum Dundee
        • Met employees of the Dundee Michelin tyre factory and their families at the Crescent Community Centre
          • Attended a Meeting of the Michelin Dundee Action Group
          • With William
        Wednesday 30th 
        • Received Ms Lorraine Heggessey, Chief Executive of the Royal Foundation
        February (12)
        Tuesday 5th 
        • Visit Lavender Primary School in support of Place2Be’s Children's Mental Health Week
        • Visit Alperton Community School to meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global 
        • Teacher Prize, 
        •  
        • Andria Zafirakou
        Wednesday 6th 
        • Host dinner at Buckingham Palace (Royal Foundation)
        Sunday 10th 
        • Attend the BAFTA Film Awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall
          • With William
        Wednesday 13th 
        • Attend The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference.
        • 100 Women in Finance gala in aid Heads Together's ‘The Mentally Healthy Schools" program
        Wednesday 27th - Belfast, Northern Ireland
        • Visit the Irish Football Association, at the National Football Stadium
        • Visit Extern at Roscor Youth Village
        • Attended a Reception at the Belfast Empire Music Hall
        Tuesday 28th -  Northern Ireland
        • Received representatives from the Police Service of Northern Ireland at Hillsborough Castle
        • Visited Cinemagic at Braid Museum and Arts Centre
        • Visited Sure Start at St Joseph’s Early Years Centre
        March (15)
        Tuesday 5th 
        • Attend reception at Buckingham Palace for 50th anniversary of Prince Charles's investiture as Prince of Wales
        Wednesday 6th - Blackpool
        • Attend roundtable briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway at Blackpool Tower
          • Walkabout on ‘Comedy Carpet’ 
          • With William 
        • Visited two properties in Kirby Road to see the efforts being made to improve the quality of housing in the town
          • With William 
        • Visit Blackpool Central Library to attend sessions on early childhood development
        • Visit Revoe Park, community garden and park
          • With William 
        Friday 8th 
        • Received Lorraine Heggessey, Chief Executive of the Royal Foundation 
          • With William 
        Monday 11th
        • Attend Commonwealth Day Ceremony
        Tuesday 12th 
        • Visit the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre to see how Leap Lambeth are using the Parent and Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS) to support parents, carers and their children
        • Attend the 2019 National Portrait Gallery's Portrait Gala
        Wednesday 13th 
        • Held a trustees meeting for the Royal Foundation 
          • With William
        Sunday 17th  
        • Attend Irish Guard's St. Patricks Day Parade
          • Hand out shamrocks
          • With William 
        Tuesday 19th 
        • Attend opening of Bush House at King’s College London
          • With The Queen
        • Visit the Foundling Museum in London
        Wednesday 27th 
        • Received Sir Keith Mills, chairman of the Royal Foundation 
          Thursday 28th 
          • Visit UK Scouting at Gilwell Park to learn more about the organisation’s new pilot to bring Scouting to younger children.
          April (3)
          Thursday 25th 
          • Attend Anzac Day Service at Westminister Abbey
          Tuesday 30th 
          • Visit Sayers Croft Wildlife Garden and Forest School at Paddington Recreation Ground
          • Hold a Reception at Kensington Palace for members of the Early Years Steering Group.

          English Translation: King Carl Gustaf's Speech at State Opening of Parliament (2018)

          Mr. Speaker,
          Honorable Members of the Swedish Riksdag,

          In the year 1810, the Riksdag elected Jean Baptiste Bernadotte as heir to the Swedish throne. Just one year earlier, Sweden had implemented a new instrument of government that was based on the principle of separation of powers.

          That instrument gave us independent courts and administrative authorities. And the rights and freedoms of citizens were established. And the power of the Riksdag were enhanced.

          It was in this new Sweden in 1818, that is two hundred years ago, that my forefather ascended the throne as King Karl XIV Johan.

          One century later, in 1918, again the world and Sweden found themselves in the midst of change. On October 30, an extraordinary session of the Riksdag was open in the Hall of State in the Royal Palace in Stockholm. My grandfather, King Gustav V, spoke about "the just and lasting peace, which all suffering mankind was longing for."

          The same year, in November, the combated nations laid down their arms. And in June of 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed.

          The following year, the League of Nations was founded with Sweden as one of its members. This League was to be the predecessor of the United Nations, the UN, which is today one of several important forums for international collaboration.

          At year-end, the Swedish term as two years non-permanent member on the UN Security Council will come to its end. This has been a valuable opportunity for our country to contribute to maintaining peace and security.

          The end of World War I marked the beginning of a new era. The years following, Sweden's Riksdag made a number of crucial decisions. I am thinking, in particular, about reforms leading to universal and equal voting rights that provided the foundation for Swedish democracy, as we know it today.

          Yes, a lot has changed in Sweden over the past centuries. The democratic system and the rules for it have continued to evolve.

          And today, just like a hundred years ago, democracy is something that we must cherish and protect together. Not only on election day, but on every single day. And today, just like then, you, as elected representatives of the Swedish people, you have a particular responsibility to do so.

          Honored Members of the Riksdag. Each and everyone of one has been given the responsibility by the people to represent them here in the Swedish Riksdag.

          And everyone who lives in Sweden today, but also future generations; they are your employers.

          They now all expect you to use your skills and experiences to work for what is best for Sweden and to ensure a good future for all who live here.

          As a member of the Riksdag and to manage people's trust - it is not an easy job. But at the same time, it is one of the most important jobs there is.

          It is also an exposed job. You will have to make hundreds of decisions. And some of them will be easy to make. Others will be more difficult and complicated.

          You have the interests of the country in your hands. I wish you power, courage and wisdom to guide you in your important work.

          And now I declare the 2018/2019 Riksdag session opened.

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          Tuesday, 25 September 2018

          The Sussexs Tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga & New Zealand (2018)

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          October 16th - 31st, Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan (AKA the Duke and Duchess of Sussex) will undertake a 2 weeks tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga & New Zealand.  

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          Engagements: 50 Joint, 6 Just Harry, 2 just Meghan

          Monday 15th October -  Sydney, Australia  
          • (Arrive in Australia)
          • (Duchess Meghan's pregnancy is announced)
          Tuesday 16th October -  Sydney, Australia           
          • Official Welcome at Admiralty House
            • Meet with Governor-General of Australia
          • Visit Taronga Zoo  and officially open the new Taronga Institute of Science and Learning
          • Visit Sydney Opera House 
            • View a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 by the Bangarra Dance Theatre
            • Walk-about
          • Attend reception hosted by the Governor-General at Admiralty House
          Wednesday 17th -  Dubbo, Australia
          • Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service 
          • Visit a local property affected by the recent drought in New South Wales
          • Attend picnic at Victoria Park
          •  Met students from Dubbo College Senior Campus
          Thursday 18th -  Melbourne, Australia 
          • Attend an Youth Reception at Government House
            • Walkabout
          • Viewed a cooking demonstration at Charcoal Lane Restaurant.
          • Visited students participating in a sustainability programme at Albert Park Primary School
          • Visited students and beach patrol volunteers participating in a Beach Clean at South Melbourne Beac
          Friday 19th - Sydney, Australia
          • Visited One Wave Mental Health Initiative on Bondi Beach
            • Walkabout
          • Take part in a youth advocate programme at Macarthur Girls High School
          • Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to officially raise the Invictus Flag (Harry)
          • Meet with Leader of the Opposition at Admiralty House
          • Meet with the Prime Minister at Kirribilli House
          Saturday 20th - Sydney, Australia        
          • Attended the official opening of the ANZAC Memorial Centenary Project in Hyde Park
          • Attend Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Cockatoo Island
          • Attend a Reception hosted by the NSW Premier inside the Opera House
          • Attend Invictus Games Opening Ceremony 
            • Harry give speech
          Sunday 21st - Sydney, Australia
          • Attend Invictus Games 
            • Watch Invictus Games Events 
              • (Meghan did skip the morning events, as she was feeling unwell, but did attending the sailing in the afternoon)
            • Lunchtime Reception hosted by Prime Minister 
            • Invictus Games Foundation Reception given by the Governor of New South Wales 
          Monday 22nd -  Fraser Island, Australia 
          • Traditional Welcome to Country Smoking Ceremony and unveil a plaque for the dedication of the Forests of K’gari to the QCC (Harry) 
          • Visited Lake McKenzie and met Indigenous Elders of the Butchulla People (Harry) 
          • Visited McKenzie's Jetty and met Indigenous Land and Sea Rangers and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service Rangers. (Harry) 
          • Visit Kingfisher Bay 
          Tuesday 23rd - Suva, Fiji
          • Meet with President of Fiji at Borron House
          • Attend an official welcome ceremony in the city centre's Albert Park
          • Attend a reception and a dinner hosted by The President of Fiji
            • Harry give speech 
          Wednesday 24th - Suva, Fiji 
          • Lay a wreath at the Fiji War Memorial (Harry)
          • Visit the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva
            • Harry give Speech
            • Meghan will "say a few words"
          • Colo-i-Suva Forest Park (Harry)
          • Attend a morning tea at the British High Commissioner’s Residence to showcase women's organisations (Meghan)
          • Visit Suva Market (Meghan)
          Thursday 25th - Nadi, Fiji and Nuku’alofa, Tonga    
          • Official welcome ceremony at Nadi Airport
            • Unveil a new statue commemorating Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba
          • (Travel to Tonga)
          • (Greeted at airport by Princess Angelika)
          • Official reception and dinner at Consular House
            • Audience with TM King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu 
          Friday 26th - Nuku’alofa, Tonga and Sydney, Australia 
          • Meet with Prime Minister S. Akilisi Pohiva and Parliment members at St George Building
          • Attend an exhibition with Princess Angelika at the Faonelua Centre
          • Visit Tupou College, which is the oldest secondary school in the Pacific
            • Dedicate two forest reserves to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy
          • Attend Offical Farwell at Royal Palace
          • Attend the Australian Geographic Society Awards
            • Harry give Speech
          Saturday 27th - Sydney, Australia 
          • Attend Invictus Games Event
            •  Attended a Reception given by the Chairman of Invictus Games Sydney at ANZ Stadium
            • Attend Closing Ceremony 
              • Harry gives Speech
              • Meghan gives Speech
          Sunday 28th - Wellington, New Zealand
          • Traditional welcome ceremony on the lawns of Government House
          • Visit Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
            • Lay Wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior
            • Visit new UK War Memorial
            • Walk-about
          • Meet with Prime Minister at Government House
          • Meet with Leader of the Opposition at Government House
          • Attend reception hosted by the Governor General celebrating the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage (right to vote) in New Zealand
            • Meghan gives speech
          Monday 29th - Wellington and Abel Tasman, New Zealand
          • Attended a youth-led Mental Health Meeting at Maranui Cafe
          • Visit Abel Tasman National Park
          • Attended a Creative Industries Showcase at Courtenay Creative
          Tuesday 30th -  Auckland, New Zealand
          • Unveiled The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy at North Shore Riding Club, 
          • Visit Pillars, a charity operating across New Zealand that supports children who have a parent in prison through the provision of special mentoring schemes
          • (Walk-about at Viaduct Harbour)
          • Attend a Reception hosted by the Prime Minister at the Auckland War Memorial Museum
          Wednesday 31st - Rotorua, New Zealand
          • Visit Te Papaiouru Marae for a formal pōwhiri and luncheon 
          • Visit Rainbow Springs to learn more about the centre’s kiwi breeding programme
          • (Walk-about in Town of Rotorua)
          • Visit Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua