"I have completed a Butlering Vocational Qualification, alongside on-the-job training."
The Princess Royal has been involved with Riding for the Disabled for 50 years.
Published 13 May 2017
Published 15 May 2017
The Assembly can be proud of the way it has engaged with a broad audience across Wales and beyondA speech by The Queen at the opening of the Fifth Session of the National Assembly for Wales
No-one who looked to the future over the past centuries could have imagined the strength of the bonds that are now in place between the governments and the people of our two nations.A speech by The Queen at the Irish State Banquet, 2011
Prince Philip and I thank you for your warm expressions of loyalty and affection, and for the dedicated service you continue to offer our nation.The Queen's reply to Loyal Addresses by Privileged Bodies, 27 March 2012
It is a very humble organisation and it would be all too easy for its crucial contribution to go unnoticed.A speech by Prince Harry, Patron, at a Map Action reception
Rugby is a game built on values – respect, pride, team work and discipline.A speech by Prince Harry at the launch of the Webb Ellis Tour
This island has been our first home together, and it will always be an immensely special place for us both.A speech by Duke of Cambridge at the Anglesey Show
Jamaicans are exciting people to be around - especially when they run the 100 metres in 9.58.A speech by Prince Harry at the State Dinner at King's House, Kingston
7 June 2010
You can be justly proud of your achievements, as – I am sure – are your families and friends.A speech by The Queen at RAF Cranwell, 2009
Our shared pledge to “the pursuit of peace, liberty and progress” that my father helped to enshrine in the London Declaration in 1949 means as much today as it did then.A speech by The Queen at the opening of CHOGM, 2009