On the evening of October 30, 2012, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh were at the Royal Albert Hall in London to attend a gala performance of Our Extraordinary World.
On Tuesday, October 30, 2012, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh visited Plymouth University. Whilst there the duke officially opened the university’s “… £19 million new state-of-the-art marine building, featuring ship simulator and wave tank testing facilities.” The Duke of Edinburgh also received an Honorary Doctorate of Marine Science “… in recognition of his decorated career in the royal Navy…”
In other news, the sovereign prince will visit Kazakhstan beginning on November 2, 2012. During his four-day visit Prince Albert II will meet with President Nursultan Nazarbayev, visit a cultural and sports facility in Astana, attend the “…opening of the Honorary Consulate of the Principality of Monaco in the presence of many authorities Kazakhstan…” and much more.
The sovereign prince will also attend the opening of the exhibition, The Grace Kelly Years, Princess of Monaco, in Astana.
Filming of Grace of Monaco on October 29, 2012.
On October 31, 2012, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal was in Haverhill, west Suffolk for a brief visit. The princess attended the opening of the refurbished Council Offices St. Edmundsbury Borough Council, visited the Genzyme Limited, and attended the opening of the “… new £750,000 sports hall at the Samuel Ward Academy.”
Click here to watch a video as well as to read more about today’s event at the Samuel Ward Academy.
On Tuesday, October 30, 2012, His Royal Highness Prince Felipe of Asturias was at the Centro Nacional de Adiestramiento San Gregorio in Zaragoza to attend the multinational exercise Interdict-12.
Upon his arrival the prince was welcomed by various military personnel and watched the military training exercise, Interdict-12, an exercise which “…aims to increase the effectiveness against improvised explosive devices and features units of Engineers from the Army, Marines and troops from other countries …”