Princess Anne, dubbed the “workhorse of the family,” continues to be the most hardworking royal.
PRINCESS ANNE HAD A BUSY WORK WEEK LAST WEEK, PERFORMING ROYAL DUTY ALL OVER THE COUNTRY.
The Princess Royal officially opened the Magpie Centre Sensory Garden, a horse riding center for the Disabled Association in West Norfolk, on Monday, July 12th.
This garden will be for those who have dementia or have sensory issues.
“We are extremely grateful to Her Royal Highness for taking the time to visit us, to learn more about what we do and how the support of so many people and businesses from the local community helped us through the difficult periods of lockdown,” said Colin Perriss, chairman of the West Norfolk Riding for the Disabled Association (WNRDA).
The Princess Royal donned a textured brown blazer with royal blue slacks, a white shirt, and black robust shoes to this function.
Princess Anne paid a visit to the Royal Yachting Association’s new club cottage at Snettisham Beach later that day.
She attended a memorial service at Norwich Cathedral Close the next day, on Tuesday 13th July, in honor of the 97 soldiers who died in a massacre in Le Paradis, France, in 1940.
Princess Anne chose a baby blue dress with a royal blue bonnet and black pump heels to this sombre occasion.
She finished off the look with a black handbag and black gloves.
The Princess Royal was in Plymouth on Wednesday, July 14th, to reopen the museum The Box.
“We were happy to welcome a visit from Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal today,” a museum representative said.
“She saw some of our award-winning exhibitions and displays and met some of the many people who helped or were engaged in their creation,” says the curator.
The Princess Royal wore a modest suit with a white top, black trousers, and a blue jacket for the occasion.
While viewing the museum’s interior, she finished her ensemble with a black handbag and a black mask.
Princess Anne arrived in Bristol the next day, on Thursday, to launch Bristol Aerospace’s new Conservation-in-Action Workshop.
She was dressed in a brilliant pink gown with a white blazer and her distinctive handbag and gloves.
On Friday, July 16th, the Princess Royal finished her working week by attending the 149th Open Championships at The Royal St George’s Golf Club in Kent.
Princess Anne wore a blue blazer similar to the one she wore for the “Brinkwire Summary News” event.