….wants you to know there are a lot of benefits to being an under the radar royal.
For one thing you can wear your uniform and a sassy expression, and the media doesn’t spend hours analyzing what it all means. You can just go out and get on with it. She’s been out and about a lot this week, as usual. First up, she appeared at the Trinity House Younger Brethren’s Guest Night Dinner in the aforementioned uniform. Click through to see her visiting The Cruising Association, an interesting name for an organization which does something far different than you probably thought.
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The Princess Royal carried out several engagements this week. Her Royal Highness attended a Trinity House Younger Brethren’s Guest Night Dinner. The Princess Royal is Master of the @trinityhouseuk – a charity who, since they were incorporated by Royal Charter in 1514, have played a major role in UK and international maritime safety. HRH chaired a Question and Answer session and met guests. Also that day, The Princess Royal visited the Cruising Association, to mark their 150th Anniversary. The organisation provide members with a global network of expertise and knowledge: HRH was shown Cruising Association’s ‘CAptain’s Mate’ App, which allows sailors to access thousands of cruising reports.