Princess Anne will fly to Canada this weekend to attend the 2023 Duke of Edinburgh Commonwealth Study Conferences in Banff, Alberta, marking her second visit to the country in less than a month.
The Princess Royal was in Canada just a few weeks ago to celebrate Victoria Day weekend in the Maritime Provinces.
The 8th Canadian Hussars, Canada’s oldest military regiment, celebrated its 175th anniversary while Queen Elizabeth’s only daughter was there in May.
Anne wore the red and blue colors of the Hussars and dressed appropriately and stylishly for the 8th Canadian Hussars Exercise of the Freedom of the City of Moncton Parade.
She was dressed in a vibrant blue dress underneath a regal “Nehru” Coat from Shibumi Style in “Venetian Red” with oriental embroidery.
The Princess, who is in her 70s, continues to be one of the Firm’s hardest workers and participated in the most royal engagements last year.
Anne isn’t the only royal on the move this month; King Charles has flown to Romania for some R&R in his Transylvanian retreat.
Following his meeting with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis on Friday, the King traveled to Viscri, a village known for its charming blue buildings, where he owns a rustic farmhouse.
Charles can spend his time walking, reading, and painting because there is no TV or Internet connection on the property.
Charles purchased the home in 2006 and enjoys spending a few days there alone each year.
When His Majesty is not in residence, the property, which has seven double bedrooms with ensuites, a dining room, a sitting room, and a kitchen, is rented out to the public.
“I have come to know and love so much about Romania,” Charles said of the country in 2020. “There is so much more I want to discover.”
His ties to the Eastern European country date back hundreds of years, as he is said to be descended from Vlad the Impaler.
While the King is in Romania, his estranged son, Prince Harry, will be in the UK for his court case against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN).
It was expected that Harry would appear in court today, but to the “surprise” of the judge, Harry will not appear until Tuesday.
He will then be cross-examined by MGN’s lawyer about his claim that the group obtained information about him through phone hacking, so-called “blagging” or gaining information by deception, and hiring private investigators.
MGN is contesting the claims and has either denied or refused to admit each one.