Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will soon transition to their new lives, closing their office at Buckingham Palace and continuing to live part-time in North America. But before they do, the Duke and Duchess have one final set of engagements in the UK slated for late February and early March.
After this, they'll continue to support causes they're passionate about. "The Duke’s priorities remain supporting the welfare of servicemen and women, conservation, sport for social development, HIV, and Travalyst which works to mobilize the tourism and travel industry for social good," a spokesperson recently told Town & Country. "For The Duchess, her focus remains women’s empowerment, gender equality and education."
Still, the royal engagements scheduled in the coming weeks will be a last hurrah of sorts: Meghan and Harry's final public appearances before their new arrangement takes effect (or, at least, the final ones that have been announced). Here, the couple's full itinerary.
February 28: Harry will visit the Invictus Games Choir at a recording session.
March 5: Harry and Meghan will attend the Endeavour Fund Awards.
March 6: Harry will join Lewis Hamilton at the official opening of the Silverstone Experience, an immersive museum.
March 7: Harry and Meghan will attend the Mountbatten Music Festival at the Royal Albert Hall.
March 8: Meghan will make a public appearance for International Women's Day.
March 9: Harry and Meghan will attend the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey with the Queen and other members of the royal family.
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