The Princess Royal will thank members of the armed forces who have been concerned in the Queen’s funeral throughout a go to to Portsmouth Naval Base and St Omer Barracks, Aldershot.

Anne, as Commodore-in-Chief Portsmouth, will meet with Royal Navy personnel who took half in the funeral procession on Thursday.

She will then journey to Aldershot in the afternoon the place, as Colonel-in-Chief of both the Royal Logistic Corps and Royal Corps of Signals, she will go to personnel from throughout the Corps who performed a key role in offering logistical help for the funeral and other related ceremonial duties.

Meanwhile, the Earl of Wessex will go to troops on deployment in Estonia and Germany to recognise their service to King and country.

Edward, in his role as Royal Colonel of 2nd Battalion The Rifles and Royal Honorary Colonel of the Royal Wessex Yeomanry, arrived in Tallin, Estonia on Wednesday night forward of Thursday’s go to to Camp Tapa army base.

Once there, he will meet with 2 Rifles personnel to thank them for their very important help to UK army operations, their service to the Queen throughout her time as Commander-in-Chief, and their dedication to King Charles as Head of the Armed Forces.

The earl will then journey to Paderborn, Germany on Friday to go to troops on deployment from the Royal Wessex Yeomanry at the Normandy Barracks and pay tribute to the ongoing service of the armed forces stationed overseas.

The royal visits come as Australia holds a national day of mourning for the Queen, with a national memorial service taking place at Parliament House in Canberra.

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