Prince Harry meets a child on a visit to a Turtle Conservation Project
Cold November is turning into freezing December. As your heating stays on a bit longer and your socks get a little harder to take off, Harry is in the Caribbean. This week it's Grenada, Barbados and Guyana.
Not quite as enticing, the Earl of Wessex is in Riga, Latvia, to see the sights and the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are down in Cambridge to celebrate some big anniversaries.
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Monday 28 November The Duke of Edinburgh is in Greenford to open Brompton's new bicycle factory.
Enjoying his way around the Caribbean,
Prince Harry has a few engagements in the sun. In Grenada, he'll be watching some sport happen at the National Cricket Stadium, learning about coral mangrove regeneration at Grand Anse Beach, meeting with the president and attending a reception held by the governor general. Tuesday 29 November
Next stop: Bridgetown, Barbados.
Prince Harry will be visiting Nightingale Children's Home and attending the Garrison Savannah Racetrack in Bridgetown. He'll also be meeting with Barbados's Governor General, Elliott Belgrave and the Prime Minister, Freundel Stuart. At Government House, he'll be presenting Duke of Edinburgh awards and attending the governor general's lunch.
Probably not enjoying the weather quite as much as her nephew,
the Princess Royal is attending the UK Coaching Awards at Wembley's Holiday Inn as patron of sports coach UK.
The Duchess of Cambridge greets the public at the Place2Be Wellbeing in Schools Awards
The Duke of Gloucester is chairing a panel of judges for the British Expertise International Award.
A couples trip,
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will be in Cambridge to hear a rehearsal by the King's College Choir in the college chapel. They're there to celebrate the 600th anniversary of Cambridge University Library and will visit the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Hosting a reception for young people who have received the gold standard in his eponymous award,
The Duke of Edinburgh will be at St James's Palace.
The Duke isn't the only one holding receptions for his award,
The Earl of Wessex goes all the way to Riga, Latvia, to attend another gold standard reception. He'll also be meeting the Advisory Board Members at the British Embassy before a dinner at the National Art Museum. The Countess of Wessex, however, is in Buckingham Palace all day. She's holding a meeting as Grand President of St. John Ambulance; another meeting as President of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and attending a reception for Princess Alexandra's 80th birthday.
Wednesday 30 November
First appearance of the week,
The Duke of Kent will holding a lunch at Buckingham Palace for Restore. The Earl of Wessex is still in Riga attending a dinner at Vincent's Restaurant and visiting Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration, Riga Tourism and Creative Industries School and the Centre of Creative Learning.
Back in Scotland,
The Princess Royal is attending a conference of the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh and another conference at the Moredun Research Institute in Penicuik, Midlothian. Then back in London, she'll attend a ball for Team GB at Battersea Evolution.
Not wanting to leave Barbados,
Prince Harry is attending a 50th anniversary mega concert and parade at Garrison Savannah Racetrack. He's then got a Toast to the Nation at the Officers' Mess of St Ann's Fort.
The Duke of Cambridge, is in Derby – Barbados of the East Midlands – visiting Rolls-Royce, the Padley Centre and Bombardier Transportation UK Ltd. He's then back to London to attend the Tusk Conservation Awards at the V&A Museum.
Thursday 1 December
Seeing us into the final month of 2016,
Prince Harry will visit National Heroes Square in Bridgetown, Barbados, to meet HIV commissioners and youth workers. He'll then definitely be enjoying himself at Nature Fun Ranch before visiting Paragon Barracks. The Duke of Edinburgh, as President Emeritus of WWF International, will present the Duke of Edinburgh conservation award and hold a lunch at Buckingham Palace.
Honorary President of the Royal Geographic Society,
The Duke of Kent will attend the opening of an exhibition entitled "Crossing the Empty Quarter".
The Duchess of Cornwall attends the 60th Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury Racecourse
The Queen will visit the Goodenough College in Bloomsbury, central London, as patron.
The Countess of Wessex will visit the ward Salisbury Plain barracks as Royal Colonel of the 5th Battalion.
And in Suffolk,
The Princess Royal is opening the Havebury Housing Partnership Affordable Homes in Bury St Edmunds and visiting the new office of the Injured Jockeys Fund in Newmarket. Back in London, she's attending the annual diploma ceremony of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine at the Mermaid Theatre. She's also holding a reception for Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 at Buckingham Palace and a dinner for Opportunity International at St James's Palace.
Friday 2 December The Princess Royal ends her week at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre attending the European Midwives Association Fifth International Education Conference.
Now in Guyana,
Prince Harry will be meeting the Guyanese President David A. Granger, visiting a cadet military camp and attending a reception at the British High Commission in Georgetown.
Saturday 3 December
The weekend start in Essequibo for
Prince Harry, visiting the Surama Village, Iwokrama River Lodge and Kaieteur Falls in Kaieteur National Park. Sunday 4 December
Prince Harry will visit Joshua House Children's Centre in Georgetown.