Royal Wedding celebrations continue, details about the Royal Run, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first official engagement, a possible regional NSW visit and Queen Victoria’s birthday.

The Royal Wedding Celebrations Continues …

About 600 guests attended a lunchtime reception in St George’s Hall following the ceremony at St George’s Chapel.

The scrumptious Royal Wedding Cake created by Claire Ptak. Photo: The Royal Family

Then a private evening reception at Frogmore House for 200 guests including family and friends.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attending the private reception at Frogmore House. Photo: The Royal Family

Meghan’s profile is on the Royal Family website – https://www.royal.uk/duchess-sussex

Royal Run on 21 May 2018

The Crown Prince Family joins in the Royal Run to celebrate Crown Prince Frederik’s birthday on Monday, 21 May 2018, including cheering from the sidelines at Amalienborg.

Crown Princess Mary and her four children at Amalienborg. Photo: Konghuset

And a royal wave from Queen Margrethe from the Palace balcony as the Royal Run passes through Amalienborg.

Queen Margrethe II waves from the Christian IX’s Palace balcony at Amalienborg, Copenhagen. Photo: Konghuset

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex First Official Engagement

Harry and Meghan attend the Prince of Wales’ 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration at Buckingham Palace as their first official engagement as a married couple.

Photo: The Royal Family

Prince Harry asks everyone to wish Prince Charles a very Happy Birthday.

Prince Harry gives a speech. Photo: The Royal Family

Meanwhile, the Duke of Cambridge attends a commemoration service in Manchester.

Harry and Meghan To Visit Regional NSW?

State Members of the NSW Parliament want to see a royal visit to their electorate, including Bathurst, Dubbo, the Illawarra and the Hunter Valley, whilst in Sydney for the Invictus Games in October.

Queen Victoria’s Birthday and Cracker Night

Queen Victoria was born on 24 May 1819 and Empire Day was held to celebrate her birthday every year, including ‘Cracker Night’ in Australia.

Portrait of Queen Victoria, aged four, by Stephen Poyntz Denning, 1823

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