Nothing like a birthday to get your week started. Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales and heir apparent, turns 68-years-old today (Monday 14 November) – there isn't anything on the official diary, so we can only assume that what happens on Charlie's birthday, stays on Charlie's birthday.
Aside from those festivities, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge flies into Hanoi, Vietnam to continue his work on international wildlife and conservation projects. Cue pictures of Wills with some cute animals.
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Monday 14 November
Just Philip today: The Duke of Edinburgh is opening the new Design Museum on Kensington High Street in London.
It's also Charles, The Prince of Wales's birthday today!
Tuesday 15 November
After all the festivities for Prince Charles' birthday, Tuesday is a get-back-to-work day. The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh present The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy initiative at a reception at Buckingham Palace. The Duke also has a reception at St James's Palace for kids who received gold standard in the award that bears his title: The Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
In Oxfordshire, The Duke of Gloucester opens the the new Chilterns Court Care Centre in Henley-on-Thames. He'll be in Oxford to present The Queen's Awards for Enterprise: Sustainable Innovation to Seacourt and Sesui, before a visit to Ark T Centre.
The Duke of Kent is enjoying Yorkshire instead, with a visit to the Leeds Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility and Lhasa Limited, also in Leeds.
But staying in the capital is Princess Alexandra, who is attending the Freemen's Lunch at the Company of Watermen and Lightermen in London.
The Earl of Wessex is more interested in meals today as he holds a Young Fellows' Lunch for the Duke of Edinburgh Award Foundation and then a dinner, with The Countess of Wessex, for the same foundation.
Anne is all naval with The Princess Royal opening Dover Maritime Skills Academy in Dover, Kent before presenting the Merchant Navy Medal for Meritorius Service at London's Trinity House. She's then got an Officers' Dinner at the Cavalry and Guards Club as Colonel-in-Chief of The King's Royal Hussars.
Wednesday 16 November
The Princess Royal is out again attending the National Annual General Meeting as president of the Riding for the Disabled Association before holding a dinner at St James's Palace as president of The Duke of Edinburgh's Commonwealth Study Conferences.
Preferring a more musical evening, The Duke of Kent attends the Bach Choir's 1000th Concert at the Merchant Taylor's Hall in London.
The Countess of Wessex, dinner fan, will be at London's Hilton on Park Lane for the Women of the Future Awards Dinner.
Our Charles, The Prince of Wales, over his birthday hangover by now, will hold a reception for the 60th anniversary of the Abbeyfield charity at St James's Palace.
Thursday 17 November
The Princess Royal, as president of the Animal Health Trust, is chairing two meetings at the Kennel Club in London. In the evening, she has a dinner at the ME London Hotel as patron of the First World War Centenary Woods Project.
Another dinner, The Duke of Gloucester is attending the Grand Day Dinner at the Honourable Society of Gray's Inn as Royal Bencher.
The Countess of Wessex is holding a reception as patron of England Hockey. She'll also be opening Portsbery School in Camberley, Surrey.
Her husband, The Earl of Wessex, will be holding a Diamond Anniversary Reception for the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain at Buckingham Palace.
And last but not least, The Duke of Cambridge will arrive for his two day trip to Vietnam where he'll be in Hanoi to attend the third International Wildlife Trade Conference as president of United for Wildlife.
Friday 18 November
The Countess of Wessex will stay in Camberley to attend a picture unveiling at the Royal Military Academy as Colonel-in-Chief of Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps.
The Earl of Wessex is in Berkshire instead to chair a meeting and hold a dinner for he Prince Philip Trust Fund for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in Windsor as chairman of trustees.
In London, The Princess Royal, as president of the Royal Yachting Association, is chairing the annual general meeting and attending an awards ceremony, reception and luncheon.
The last dinner of the day, the Duke of Edinburgh is attending a dinner at Royal Marines Barracks Stonehouse in Plymouth as Captain General Royal Marines.
Saturday 19 November
It's technically working: The Princess Royal will be at the Scotland vs Argentina rugby international at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium, she is patron of Scottish Rugby Union.
Sunday 20 November
Even Sunday for The Princess Royal, who is attending the 70th anniversary concert of the Cheltenham Bach Choir at the town hall.