It’s been one big week for the British royals, with various outings and official engagements. See what our favourite royals got up to.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they would be inviting 2,640 members of the public to take part in their wedding.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited Pegasus Primary School in Oxford to learn about the charity work of Family Links.
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated 70 years of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in London.
Prince Harry visited Silverstone to officially mark the start of the construction of a new educational centre.
He then met students at Silverstone University Technical College, which helps youth into careers in High Performance Engineering and Business & Technical Events.
Kate Middleton visited the new HQ of children’s mental health charity Place2Be to officially open their centre of excellence, and meet staff, counsellors, and teachers who’ll be using the centre.
As Patron of Place2Be, the Duchess made an opening speech praising everyone for their work to support school leaders and parents, and for being at the forefront of efforts to give every child the best start in life.
The Duke of Cambridge saw a typhoon display at RAF Coningsby and learned more about the world-class aircraft from crew who fly and maintain typhoons. The Duke also met trainee typhoon pilots.
He then helped schoolchildren design ‘egg parachutes’ in the new Engagement Centre at RAF Coningsby, where youth can learn about the physics behind real air force situations.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry charmed crowds in Birmingham as they stepped out for International Women’s Day. Read the full story here.