We will be updating this page as we receive information about upcoming royal events, so be sure to check this page periodically. The events listed will be important events in home countries or events in foreign countries. Birthdays and wedding anniversaries will not be listed here unless they are milestones and official celebrations are planned. Information on births, anniversaries, and deaths can be seen at the daily Today in Royal History and the weekly Royal Birthdays and Anniversaries. National Days and public holidays related to royalty will also be listed as members of royal families often make appearances on those days.
While we focus on foreign events and important national events, members of royal families carry out many other engagements. Below is a selection of links listing engagements. Because a more complete listing of events is often found in the language of particular monarchies, some links are not in English and are noted.
- United Kingdom – British Monarchy: Future Engagements
- United Kingdom – The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall: Diary
- Belgium – De Belgische Monarchie: Agenda (in Dutch)
- Denmark – Kongehuset: Kalendar (in Danish)
- Luxembourg – Cour Grand-Ducale de Luxembourg: Agenda (in French)
- Netherlands – Het Koninklijk Huis: Agenda (in Dutch)
- Norway – Royal House of Norway: Official Engagements
- Spain – Casa de Su Majestad El Rey: Scheduled Agenda (in Spanish)
- Sweden – Sveriges Kungahus – Kungahusets Kalendar (in Swedish)
- February 20-23 – Belgium – Queen Mathilde, member of the Honorary Board of UNICEF Belgium, will participate in a mission to Laos on behalf of UNICEF in her role as United Nations advocate for Sustainable Development Goals
- February 21-23 – Bhutan – Birthday of King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, three-day public holiday
- February 23 – Brunei – Brunei National Day, Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei and his family make appearances
- February 28-March 3 – Denmark – Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary will participate in the business delegation to Saudi Arabia and Qatar
- March – Netherlands – King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima will host a State Visit from the President of Argentina (specific dates to be announced)
- March 2 – 5- Sweden – King Carl XVI Gustaf will attend the Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti, Finland
- March 2-5 – United Kingdom – The Earl of Wessex, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation will visit Bermuda
- March 12 – Sweden – Crown Princess Victoria‘s Name Day celebrations will be held at the Royal Palace of Stockholm
- March 17-18 – United Kingdom – The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make a visit to Paris, France at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Their itinerary will include a reception for young French leaders from a variety of fields, a formal dinner at the residence of Her Majesty’s Ambassador and attendance at the Wales v France Six Nations test at the Stade de France.
- March 28-30 – Belgium – King Philippe and Queen Mathilde will make a state visit to Denmark. They will be accompanied by seven ministers as well as a business delegation including 37 Belgian companies.
- April – Norway – King Harald and Queen Sonja will host a State Visit from the President of Mexico (specific dates to be announced)
- April 13 – United Kingdom – Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh will be present at the Royal Maundy Service in Leicester Cathedral. Her Majesty will distribute the Royal Maundy during the Service.
- April 27 – Netherlands – King’s Day (Konigsdag), a national holiday celebrated on April 27 (April 26 if the 27th is a Sunday), marking the birth of King Willem-Alexander
- May 13-15 – Cambodia – King Sihamoni‘s Birthday, three-day public holiday
- May 17 – Norway – Constitution Day, National Day of Norway, the Norwegian Royal Family makes appearances on the balcony at the Royal Palace in Oslo
- June 6 – Sweden – National Day of Sweden, commemorates the election of Gustav Vasa as King of Sweden in 1523, the Swedish Royal Family makes appearances
- June 17 – United Kingdom – Queen Elizabeth II will take the salute at The Queen’s Birthday Parade (Trooping the Colour). Later, Her Majesty will take the salute at a fly past of Royal Air Force aircraft from the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Members of the British Royal Family will be present.
- June 19 – United Kingdom – Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a Service for the Order of the Garter at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
- June 23 – Luxembourg – Grand Duke Henri’s Official Birthday/Luxembourgish National Day
- July 21 – Belgium – Belgian National Day, commemorates this day in 1831 when Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld became the first King of the Belgians, the Belgian Royal Family makes appearances
- August 15 – Liechtenstein – Liechtenstein National Day celebrates the Roman Catholic Feast of the Assumption and the Reigning Prince’s birthday, the Princely Family makes appearances.
- September 23 – Saudi Arabia – National Day of Saudi Arabia
- October 12 – Spain – National Day of Spain (Fiesta Nacional de España), the Spanish Royal Family makes appearances
- November 4 – Tonga – Constitution Day/Tonga National Day
- November 18 – Oman – Birthday of Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said, Oman’s National Day
- November 18 – Morocco – Independence Day (Eid Al Istiqulal) Morocco’s National Day
- November 19 – Monaco – The Sovereign Prince’s Day, Monaco National Day; the Princely Family of Monaco makes appearances
- December 5 – Thailand – National Day and Father’s Day, commemorating the birth of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej
- December 17 – Bhutan – National Day of Bhutan marking the coronation of Ugyen Wangchuck as the first Dragon King of modern Bhutan. The current Dragon King, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, gives a speech.
- December 18 – Qatar – Qatar National Day, commemorates the assumption of power by Emir Jassim bin Mohammed Al Thani in 1878
- December 23 – Japan – The Emperor’s Birthday (Tennō Tanjōbi) is a national holiday in the Japanese calendar. Emperor Akihito, accompanied by Empress Michiko and other members of the Imperial Family, appears on a palace balcony to acknowledge the birthday congratulations of crowds.