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Court Circular 10 June 2013


BUCKINGHAM PALACE: Today is the Ninety Second Anniversary of the Birthday of The Duke of Edinburgh.

CLARENCE HOUSE: The Duchess of Rothesay was officially installed this morning as Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen at King's College, Regents Walk, Aberdeen, and subsequently, having been presented with an Honorary Degree, presented Honorary Degrees, and was received by Mrs. Alison Skene (Deputy Lieutenant of the City of Aberdeen).

BUCKINGHAM PALACE: The Duke of York, Patron, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, this morning opened the University College London Institute of Immunity and Transplantation, Pond Street, London NW3.

His Royal Highness, Patron, Fly Navy Heritage Trust, this afternoon held a Lunch at Buckingham Palace.
The Duke of York later opened the Seventy Fifth European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers Conference at ExCel London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London E16.

BUCKINGHAM PALACE: The Earl of Wessex, Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award International Foundation, this evening attended the World Fellowship Coronation Gala Ball at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2.

The Countess of Wessex, Patron, the Craft Guild of Chefs, this evening attended the Twentieth Anniversary Awards Dinner at the Grosvenor Hotel, Park Lane, London W1.

BUCKINGHAM PALACE: The Princess Royal, Master, the Corporation of Trinity House, this afternoon embarked in Trinity House Vessel GALATEA and viewed London Array offshore wind farm in the Thames Estuary.

KENSINGTON PALACE: The Duke of Gloucester, Member of the International Advisory Board, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies, this evening attended the Chesney Gold Medal Award Dinner at HM Tower of London.

The Duchess of Gloucester, President, this afternoon attended a Meeting of the Governing Body at the Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, London NW1.

ST. JAMES'S PALACE: The Duke of Kent, President, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies, today received Vice Admiral Rory McLean (Vice-Chairman), Mr. Neil Watling (Executive Assistant to the Director-General) and General (Retired) David Petraeus.

Source: Official Facebook Page of the British Royal Family

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