The world of royal diary writing is a difficult, surprising one. Sometimes there's a full weekend, sometimes an empty weekday - sometimes there's Thursday 3 November, which looks like it will never end.
Anne, the indefatigable Princess Royal, is enjoying the sights of Sarawak and Singapore while indulging her green thumbs as President of the commonwealth's agriculture society. The Duke of Cambridge is giving out awards to youngsters on Monday while his wife is enjoying charitable duties at a film premiere on Thursday.
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Monday 31 October
It's a pretty nice start to the week for The Duke Of Edinburgh with a banquet at Mansion House for the Worshipful Company of Shipwrights'.
All the while, The Princess Royal probably won't have much time to enjoy what Malaysia has to offer as she spends the day in Sarawak attending the Emerging Leaders' Dialogues Asia 2016 (and the later reception). A meeting with charity, Sarawak Cheshire Homes will take place too.
Closer to home, The Earl of Wessex will chair a trustees meeting for the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation as chairman of the board of trustees, in the affluent village of Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire.
The Prince of Wales will be awarding the Prince's Trust Young Achiever Award at the Pride of Britain Awards 2016 in foggy London.
Tuesday 1 November
The Countess of Wessex is all over Kent today with a patron's visit to Rochester Cathedral in, of course, Rochester; a visit to Benenden's Community Shop in, you guessed it, Benenden; and a look in at charity, Abigale's Footsteps which helps parents deal with stillbirths.
A last moment in Malaysia for the Emerging Leaders' Dialogues Asia, The Princess Royal is then off to Singapore to lay a wreath at the Kranji War Cemetery before a reception and dinner as [resident of the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth.
Continuing his duties for the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation, The Earl of Wessex will attend the International Council meeting in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire.
But in London, The Duke of Kent will attend the Senior Serving and Retired Officers' Briefing at the Army and Navy Club, as Field Marshal.
Wednesday 2 November
Still in Singapore, The Princess Royal is attending the Commonwealth Agricultural Conference as president of the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth; in that same capacity, she'll visit vertical farmers, Skygreens; organic, collective farmers, Bollywood Veggies; and goat milkers, Hay Dairies. She'll end with the opening dinner of the agriculture conference at Gardenasia.
The Earl of Wessex is heading north to Lincoln to attend a dinner at RAF Waddington as Honorary Air Commodore.
Another day, another meal: Princess Alexandra and The Duke of Kent will be lunching at the Cavalry and Guards Club in Picadilly, London.
As president of the Guinea Pig Club - a club for injured allied airmen, not guinea pigs – The Duke of Edinburgh will unveil a commemorative tablet at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
The Queen, along with The Duke of York, will attend the opening of tech start-up event, Pitch@Palace 6.0 at St James's Palace.
Thursday 3 November
You thought Wednesday was busy, get ready for Thursday royals out in force. The Princess Royal continues her attendance of the 27th Commonwealth Agriculture Conference in Singapore – but don't think that's all for Anne: she'll attend a Singpore Group Reception for the Riding for the Disabled Association; visit the Mission to Seafarers as president and attend another reception on board Royal Albatross; another reception at the British High Commissioner's Residence as president of The Duke of Edinburgh's Commonwealth Study Conferences; AND dinner there too as president of the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth. And breathe.
The Countess of Wessex is off to a Networking Lunch at the Royal Over-Seas League as President of Girlguiding; she's also got a meeting at Ernst & Young as chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award's Women's Network Forum. She's then got a meeting at Buckingham Palace at patron of the Combined Services Winter Sports Association and a dinner as patron of the National Autistic Society.
Back at St James's Palace, Princess Alexandra will attend a reception and concert by the Orchestra of St. John's.
Staying in London, royal patron of the British Museum, The Duke of Gloucester, along with The Duchess of Gloucester, will visit the museum's 'Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost World' exhibition in the morning.
Down in Suffolk, The Queen will open the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art and unveil a statue on Birdcage Walk in Newmarket - this is to celebrate the monarch's relationship with the town
The Duke of Gloucester is presenting the President's Award at the Church Architecture Awards in London.
In Hatfield, The Duke of Edinburgh, is opening the new science building at the University of Hertfordshire.
While The Duke of Kent visits the Kings Crescent Estate in London and officially opens the Waltham Forest Feed Good Centre in Walthamstow.
One more: As patron of Action on Addiction, The Duchess of Cambridge will attend the UK premiere of the film, A Street Cat Named Bob, at the Curzon in Mayfair.
Friday 4 November
We made it through Thursday and today is a little quieter. The Princess Royal, ever unstoppable, continues her attendance of the Commonwealth Agricultural Conference, including the closing dinner at Gardens by the Bay.
The Duke of Gloucester is attending the graduate award ceremony of the University of Worcester, of which he is Chancellor.