The Queen Consort has been an advocate of supporting survivors of domestic violence, raising awareness for osteoporosis, encouraging literacy and helping animals (she has rescued two of her own dogs, Beth and Bluebell). She supported the late Queen with visits across the commonwealth and her charity associations. She continues to support her husband, King Charles III as his consort.
Her Majesty The Queen Consort
The Duchess of Edinburgh supported the late Queen as a full time working royal alongside her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. She continues to support her brother-in-law, His Majesty King Charles III. Sophie's work focuses on preventing avoidable violence, supporting women in conflict and empowering women in business.
HRH The Duchess of Edinburgh
Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales has prioritized Mental Health, the early years, sports and helping the vulnerable in her work. She supported the late Queen with visit abroad and her charitable affiliations domestically. She continues to support her father-in-law, His Majesty King Charles III and her husband, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
HRH The Princess of Wales
Often noted as the "hardest working royal" Princess Anne undertakes hundreds of engagements a year across a wider variety of charitable interests. She is widely regarded to be a "no fuss' royal and insists on just "getting on" with the job which has made her particularly popular with the public. She supported her mother, the Late Queen, and continues to support her brother, King Charles III