- Wednesday, May 3: The Duchess visits Farms for City Children. The program is an intense, hands-on experience offering urban children the “opportunity to live and work together for a week at a time on a real farm in the heart of the countryside.”
- Friday, May 12: Kate undertakes a one-day visit to Luxembourg to attend commemorations of the 1867 signing of the Treaty of London, which confirmed Luxembourg’s independence and neutrality. The Duchess will call on TRH the Grand Duke & Duchess of Luxembourg at the Grand Ducal Palace; visit the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art; see the Luxembourg City Museum: go to the Musée Dräi Eechelen; visit Place Clairefontaine, a memorial to Grand Duchess Charlotte; tour a cycling-themed festival; meet ‘leading young Luxembourgers.”
- Saturday, May 13: Kate, William and Harry host Party at the Palace, an event honoring children who have lost a parent serving in the armed forces. The event will be at Buckingham Palace and feature games on the lawn, chances to explore the Palace gardens, live performances and more. Per the Palace news release, “The party will also be attended by some charities which help support families, and specifically, children dealing with bereavement, including Child Bereavement UK.”
- Saturday, June 17: The annual Trooping the Colour events are today, also known as the Queen’s Birthday Parade.
- Monday, June 19: The Queen has canceled this year’s Order of the Garter ceremony. The special election has pushed the State Opening of Parliament to the 19th.
- The Duke and Duchess will visit Poland and Germany at the request of the Foreign Office. More details will be released closer to the time of the trip.