Royal diary: What's coming up this week
The Princess Royal certainly is a busy bee
First of all, I wanted to start off this week's royal diary by sending well wishes to the Prince and Princess of Wales and their family, as Kate continues to recuperate in hospital following surgery. You will be relieved to hear the Princess is in very good hands, as we found out from a former patient of The London Clinic.
And with the King set to undergo treatment for an enlarged prostate this week, he has also cancelled some of his engagements. It's a difficult time for the senior members of the royal family and we are all thinking of them here at HELLO!'s Royal Club.
Meanwhile, the Queen, the Princess Royal and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh will continue with their busy diaries. Here's what you can expect this week…
Queen Camilla will be in Swindon, where she will visit one of its oldest family run businesses, Deacon & Son Jewellers, as it celebrates 175 years of trading.
The Princess Royal has been known to pack in as many as four or five engagements in a day, and on Tuesday, her outings will include a visit to Youth Court Solutions, an independent advice and support service based in Wellingborough Magistrates Court.
She will also open the MRC Laboratory of Medical Sciences at Imperial College NHS Trust, Hammersmith Hospital Campus and will attend an annual reception at Yeomanry House in her role as Royal Honorary Colonel of the University of London Officer Training Corps.
And (yes there's more!) Anne will also attend a Thanksgiving service at All Hallows by the Tower in London.
After visiting Save The Children's headquarters in Sri Lanka earlier this month, Princess Anne, in her role as the charity's President, will meet staff at the London head office.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Edinburgh will be in South East London as she attends a Menstrual Health Workshop at Harris Girls Academy East Dulwich.
The Princess Royal will travel up to Norfolk to visit Cromer Station in her role as the National Coastwatch Institution's royal patron.
Duchess Sophie will step out to host a dinner at St James's Palace.