The monarchy and their households will return to official duties on Tuesday as the period of royal mourning in memory of the late Queen ends.
Royals to return to duty as mourning period for Queen Elizabeth ends
The British royal family and their households are returning to official duties as the period of official mourning in memory of the late Queen ends.
The royal family has only carried out official duties where appropriate since the Queen’s death on September 8 and its members have dressed in black as a mark of respect when in public.
They will carry out their normal official roles in full from Tuesday after observing the seven-day period of mourning.
The Prince and Princess of Wales will visit Wales for the first time since taking up their titles.