The Duke of Cambridge is scheduled to attend Anglesey Show in the middle August in what will be one of his first public engagements since the birth of his son, Prince George, heir to the British throne. “Anglesey Show is the largest two-day agricultural event in north Wales and attracts approximately 56,000 people,” mentions BBC. Prince William will attend the second day of the show, and give a short speech.
- The Isle of Man has released a set of stamps to commemorate the birth of Prince George, reports BBC. The set is believed to be the first in the British Isles to mark the birth of the heir to the British throne.
- Yesterday, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles visited the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Salle. The Prince is the Patron of Music in Country Churches, and the couple attended a concert there to mark the 25th anniversary season in Norfolk.