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Princess Anne will be flying to Australia in a few more weeks

Princess Anne will be flying to Australia in a few more weeks

Princess Anne, Princess Royal, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II, will travel to the other side of the earth in April. The last visit of a member of the royal family to Australia was in 2018 when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex toured Oceania.

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Princess Anne Sydney launches the Royal Easter Show 2022

Princess Anne, 71, will be the guest of honor at the Sydney Royal Easter Show from April 8-19, 2022. As she did in 1988, Princess Anne was invited to open the exhibition. Of the exhibition confirming the existence of the daughter of Queen Elizabeth II. TV frequency 7 NewsConfirmed the news.

Princess Anne will arrive in New South Wales in early April 2022 (Photo: Chris Jackson / PA Wire / Abacapress)

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As the host of the Commonwealth Royal Agricultural Society, Princess Anne will be invited to launch the exhibition. The Sydney Exhibition will celebrate its centenary this year. It was founded in 1822 by the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales. This century-old exhibition is a combination of an agricultural exhibition and a fun and livestock exhibition. It always happens around Easter, hence its name.

With the opening of the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Princess Anne will use the opportunity to make other visits, mainly to the countryside of New South Wales.

Australia, which has a growing desire to put an end to the monarchy, has always welcomed members of the royal family. Prior to the arrival of Prince Harry and Megan Markle in 2018, Prince William and Catherine Middleton were warmly welcomed in 2014. That year was the prince’s first foreign trip. George, born in 2013.

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Nicholas Fontaine

Editor-in-Chief

Nicholas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After being a copywriter and editor for several Belgian and French brands and media, he specializes in royalty news. Nicholas is now the Editor-in-Chief of the Historic Royals. [email protected]