List of official overseas trips made by Charles III

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Map of countries visited by King Charles III on an official overseas visit

As Duke of Cornwall, Prince of Wales and later as King, Charles III has been one of the United Kingdom's most important ambassadors. He travels overseas as a representative of the UK and also undertakes tours of Commonwealth realms. He is often accompanied by his wife, Queen Camilla.[1]

As Duke of Cornwall

Date Country Areas visited Details
22–28 April 1954[2]  Malta Aboard HMY Britannia on her maiden voyage with Princess Anne
30 April – 1 May 1954[2]  Libya Tobruk Joined the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on Royal Tour.
3–7 May 1954[2]  Malta

As Prince of Wales

1960s

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
30 January – 1 August 1966[2]  Australia Victoria Attended two terms at Timbertop Campus of Geelong Grammar School
4–12 May 1966[2]  Territory of Papua (now Papua New Guinea) Port Moresby,[3] Popondetta Visited Dogura Martyrs Memorial School in Popondetta with the Geelong Grammar School seniors
1–3 August 1966[2]  Mexico
3–16 August 1966[2]  Jamaica Kingston Accompanied the Duke of Edinburgh who opened the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games
20 December 1967[2]  Australia Represented the Queen at the memorial service for Prime Minister Harold Holt
July 1968[2]  Malta
November 1969  Malta Prince Charles visited Malta to attend the bicentenary celebrations of the Royal University of Malta.[2]

1970s

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
8–9 February 1970  France Strasbourg As Chairman of the Countryside in 1970 Committee for Wales, accompanied his father the Duke of Edinburgh to attend the Council of Europe's Conservation Conference.[2]
12–30 March 1970  New Zealand Toured the country with the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, and Princess Anne.[2]
30 March – 8 April 1970  Australia Toured the country with the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, and Princess Anne.[2]
9–14 April 1970  Japan Osaka Attended Expo '70.[2]
2–15 July 1970  Canada Ottawa Carried out a two-day visit to Ottawa, before joining the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, and Princess Anne for a countrywide tour.[2]
16–18 July 1970  United States Washington, D.C. Visited the capital together with Princess Anne as guests of President Richard Nixon's daughters and son-in-law.[2]
9–15 October 1970  Dominion of Fiji Represented the Queen at Fiji's independence celebrations.[2]
15–19 October 1970  Gilbert and Ellice Islands[2]
20–22 October 1970  Bermuda To mark the 350th anniversary of the Parliament of Bermuda.[2]
22–25 October 1970  Barbados[2]
11–12 November 1970  France On behalf of the Queen, attended a memorial service for Charles de Gaulle.[2]
6–20 February 1971  Kenya Accompanied by Princess Anne.[2]
25–27 February 1971  West Germany Osnabrück Visited the 1st Battalion, the Royal Regiment of Wales, in his role as colonel-in-chief.[2]
17–18 May 1972  France Accompanied the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on a state visit.[2]
29–31 October 1972[2]  West Germany West Berlin
25–26 January 1973[2]  West Germany Visited the Royal Regiment of Wales, in his role as colonel-in-chief.[2]
1 June 1973  Saint Kitts To open the Prince of Wales Bastion.[2]
6–11 July 1973  The Bahamas To attend the independence celebrations on behalf of the Queen.[2]
29 January – 6 February 1974  New Zealand Christchurch Joined the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Anne, and Mark Phillips for the 1974 British Commonwealth Games.[2]
4 September 1974  New Zealand Attended the funeral of Norman Kirk.[2]
8–12 October 1974  Fiji Attended the centenary celebrations on behalf of the Queen.[2]
12–30 October 1974  Australia Prince Charles was present for the inauguration of Anglo-Australian Telescope at Siding Spring Observatory.[2]
20–22 February 1975[2]  India New Delhi
22–26 February 1975    Nepal To attend the coronation of King Birendra of Nepal.[2]
20–30 April 1975[2]  Canada Ottawa, Northwest Territories
14–19 September 1975  Papua New Guinea Attended the independence celebrations on behalf of the Queen.[2]
9–11 November 1975  West Germany Visited the Royal Regiment of Wales, in his role as colonel-in-chief.[2]
23–25 July 1976  Canada Montreal To watch the equestrian events of the 1976 Summer Olympics, where Princess Anne was a competitor.[2]
6–16 March 1977[2]  Kenya
17–25 March 1977  Ghana To take part in the celebrations of Achimota School's 50th anniversary.[2]
25–28 March 1977  Ivory Coast Toured the country at the invitation of President Félix Houphouët-Boigny.[2] President Houphouët-Boigny[2]
28–29 April 1977  Monaco To attend a Humanitarian Award banquet organised by the Variety Club International.[2]
9 May 1977  France Bordeaux Viewd an exhibition of British paintings.[2]
5–9 July 1977[2]  Canada Alberta Celebrations of the centenary of signing of treaty by Blackfoot and other Indian leaders,
18–30 October 1977[2]  United States Chicago, Cleveland, St. Louis, Atlanta, Charleston, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco
1–11 November 1977  Australia Toured the country in his capacity as patron of the Queen's Australian Silver Jubilee Appeal.[2]
17–18 November 1977  West Germany Visited the 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards, as their colonel.[2]
31 January 1978  West Germany West Berlin Visited the 2nd Parachute Regiment, as their colonel.[2]
10 February 1978  West Germany Visited the Cheshire Regiment, as their colonel.[2]
8–16 March 1978[2]  Brazil
16–22 March 1978[2]  Venezuela
18–19 March 1978  Australia Melbourne Attended the funeral of Sir Robert Menzies.[2]
1–2 July 1978  Norway Attended the 75th birthday celebrations for King Olav V of Norway.[2]
31 August 1978  Kenya Attended the funeral of President Jomo Kenyatta.[2]
23–27 October 1978[2]  Yugoslavia
1978  West Germany Osnabrück, Sennelager Visited Parachute Regiments.[2]
29 November – 1 December 1978  Belgium Brussels Joined the European Commission for discussions and visited NATO headquarters.[2]
3–6 March 1979[2]  British Hong Kong
6–8 March 1979[2]  Singapore
8–28 March 1979[2]  Australia Canberra, Western Australia
1–6 April 1979  Canada In his capacity as president of the International Council of the United World Colleges, Prince Charles visited Pearson College UWC.[2]
29–30 May 1979  West Germany Visited 2nd Parachute Regiment.[2]
28–29 June 1979  France Tours-sur-Marne Attended a fundraising dinner for United World Colleges.[2]

1980s

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
18 January 1980   Switzerland Zürich Attended a luncheon to mark the 60th anniversary of the British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce.[2]
30 March – 3 April 1980  Canada Ottawa, British Columbia Attended engagements in his capacity as president of the International Council of the United World Colleges.[2]
15–18 April 1980  Zimbabwe Attended independence celebrations on behalf of the Queen.[2]
29 April – 1 May 1980  Netherlands Attended the accession ceremony of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands on behalf of the Queen.[2]
21–23 July 1980  France A tour of the French Armed Forces.[2]
24 November – 6 December 1980[2]  India Calcutta Prince Charles met Mother Teresa during a visit to her home in Calcutta in December 1980.[4]
6–13 December 1980[2]    Nepal
31 March – 12 April 1981[2]  New Zealand
12–28 April 1981  Australia Opened the convention organised for the 50th anniversary of the Apex Clubs of Australia.[2]
28–30 April 1981  Venezuela Travelled to the country in his capacity as president of the International Council of the United World Colleges.[2]
30 April – 3 May 1981  United States Williamsburg, Washington, D.C. Received an honorary fellowship from the College of William & Mary and attended a dinner party by President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan. .[2]
17–18 June 1981[2]  United States New York City Flying by Concorde for the first time,
10 October 1981  Egypt Attend the funeral of President Anwar Sadat.[2]
20 June 1982  France Commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Allied raid on Bruneval Raid.[2]
27–29 October 1982  United States Montezuma In his capacity as president of the International Council of the United World Colleges, Prince Charles opened the Armand Hammer United World College of the American West at Montezuma.[2]
29–30 October 1982  Canada British Columbia Visited the Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific.[2]
20 March – 17 April 1983[2]  Australia Alice Springs, Canberra, Sydney, Hobart, Bunbury, Adelaide, Renmark, Perth, Melbourne, Yandina, Ballarat Prince Charles landed in Alice Springs and visited Uluru.[5] The Prince met Prime Minister Bob Hawke and his wife, Hazel at the Government House in Canberra.[6] He visited the Sydney Opera House and Sydney's Wentworth Hotel.[5] He attended a state reception in Hobart, Tasmania and drove through Hands Oval sports ground in Bunbury.[6] He also visited Adelaide, Renmark, Perth, Melbourne, Yandina and Ballarat.[6] It was the Prince and Princess of Wales and Prince William's first overseas royal tour as a family.[5] Prime Minister Hawke[5]
17–30 April 1983[2]  New Zealand Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Taraungua, Masterton, Gisborne, Waitangi Prince Charles visited the Government House and Eden Park. His Royal Highness was accompanied by Diana, Princess of Wales and their nine-month-old son Prince William.[7] The 1983 New Zealand Royal Visit Honours were appointed by Queen Elizabeth II to mark the visit.[8]
14 June – 1 July 1983  Canada Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Ottawa, Edmonton Prince Charles toured Canada accompanied by his wife, the Princess of Wales.[9]
22–25 February 1984  Brunei Attended the coutnry's independence celebrations on behalf of the Queen.[2]
19–29 March 1984  Tanzania
 Zambia
 Zimbabwe
 Botswana
Toured the countries as a director of the Commonwealth Development Corporation.[2]
5 June 1984  France Ranville Commemorating the role of the 6th Airborne Division during the Normandy landings.[2]
11–13 July 1984  West Germany Visited the Royal Regiment of Wales and the Gordon Highlanders.[2]
3–4 August 1984  Monaco Monte Carlo Attended the United World Colleges gala.[2]
6–10 August 1984  Papua New Guinea Opened the new Parliament House and undertook other engagements.[2]
23 September 1984  Netherlands Prince Charles was present at a service held to mark the 40th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem in his capacity as colonel-in-chief of the Parachute Regiment.[2]
28 October – 1 November 1984  Italy Trieste, Duino Prince Charles was present at a service held to mark the 40th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem in his capacity as colonel-in-chief of the Parachute Regiment.[2]
21–22 February 1985  Norway Visited the 1st Battalion, the Parachute Regiment, in his capacity as colonel-in-chief.[2]
26–27 March 1985  West Germany Hohne Visited the 1st Battalion, the Welsh Guards, in his capacity as colonel.[2]
19 April – 9 May 1985  Italy Sardinia, La Spezia, Milan, Florence, Rome, Vatican City, Catania, Syracuse, Bari, Venice The Prince and Princess of Wales undertook a 17-day tour of Italy and were joined by Prince William and Prince Harry at the end of their tour.[10]
6–7 June 1985  West Germany West Berlin Took the Salute at The Queen's Birthday Parade in Berlin, 6 to 7 June.[2]
25 October – 8 November 1985  Australia Melbourne, Portland, Mildura, Canberra Visit with The Princess of Wales, to Victoria in connection with the state's 150th anniversary celebrations[11]
8 November 1985  Fiji Accompanied by the Princess of Wales.[2]
9–13 November 1985[2]  United States Washington, D.C., Palm Beach The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Washington, D.C. in which he met President Ronald Reagan at the White House and also visited the Octagon museum which was administered by the American Institute of Architects. The couple stayed at the British Ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C. for the duration of the visit.[12] Prince Charles then flew to Palm Beach, Florida in which he met Governor Bob Graham. He also attended a dinner at the Breakers Hotel and played polo at the International Polo Club.[13] President Reagan[12]
17–23 February 1986[2]  United States Texas, California
14–16 April 1986  Austria Vienna Accompanied by the Princess of Wales.[2]
30 April – 7 May 1986  Canada Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, Kamloops, Nanaimo, Prince George The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Canada and attended Expo 86.[14][15]
8–13 May 1986[2]  Japan Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto The Prince and Princess of Wales watched a sumo tournament in Kokugikan Arena in downtown Tokyo, Japan.[4] They also visited the Kyoto Imperial Palace and Buddhist temples.[16] Charles addressed the National Diet and the couple attended a state banquet hosted by Emperor Hirohito at the Tokyo Imperial Palace.[17] Emperor Hirohito
7–14 August 1986  Spain Majorca The Prince and Princess of Wales and Princes William and Harry visited Majorca as guests of the Spanish royal family.[18]
2–5 September 1986  United States Cambridge, Chicago Attended Harvard University's 350th anniversary celebrations and undertook other engagements.[2]
10–19 November 1986  Oman
 Qatar
 Bahrain
 Saudi Arabia
Muscat, Doha, Manama, Riyadh, Jeddah The Prince and Princess of Wales embarked on their first tour of the Middle East together.[19]
24–26 November 1986  Cyprus Visited the 3rd Battalion, the Parachute Regiment, in his capacity as colonel-in-chief.[2]
11–14 February 1987  Portugal Lisbon, Porto The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Portugal to highlight the country's 601-year-old alliance with England (see Treaty of Windsor (1386)) and attended a banquet at the Palace of Ajuda.[20]
14 February 1987  France Toulouse The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Toulouse for the launch of Airbus A320 family.[2]
11–12 March 1987  Belgium Zeebrugge, Brussels Met with survivors of MS Herald of Free Enterprise disaster and visited NATO headquarters.[2]
27 March – 2 April 1987  Swaziland
 Malawi
 Kenya
Toured the countries in his capacity as a director of the Commonwealth Development Corporation.[2]
23–26 April 1987[2]  Spain Toledo, Madrid, Sevilla, Salamanca The Prince and Princess of Wales met King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofía during a visit to Toledo.[4]
26 April – 2 May 1987  Italy Bologna During the visit, Prince Charles received an honorary doctorate from the University of Bologna.[2]
15 May 1987  France Cannes The Prince and Princess of Wales appeared on the red carpet at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival in support of the British film industry.[21]
9 September 1987  France Caen, Bayeux The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Normandy to mark the 900th anniversary of the death of William the Conqueror.[22]
1–7 November 1987  West Germany West Berlin, Bonn, Cologne, Munich, Hamburg, Celle, Hanover The Prince and Princess of Wales went on a 6-day trip to West Germany.[23][24]
7–8 December 1987  Italy Milan Visited La Scala.[2]
25 January – 3 February 1988  Australia New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Northern Territory Australia 200th anniversary celebrations.[25]
3–5 February 1988  Thailand Bangkok, Chiang Mai The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Thailand as a part of Bhumibol Adulyadej's 60th birthday celebrations.[26]
4–7 March 1988[2]  United States Pittsburgh, Palm Beach
8–9 May 1988[2]  France Roscoff, Brittany
1 August 1988  West Germany Schleswig-Holstein Attended the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival.[2]
26–27 October 1988  Netherlands A visit in his capacity as patron of the William and Mary Tercentenary Trust.[2]
7–11 November 1988  France Paris, Blois Accompanied by the Princess of Wales.[2]
17–20 February 1989[2]  United States Washington, D.C., Palm Beach
20–22 February 1989  Saint Lucia Took part in the 10th anniversary of independence celebrations.[2]
22–24 February 1989  Venezuela Undertook engagements associated with the United World Colleges.[2]
12–17 March 1989  Kuwait
 Bahrain
 United Arab Emirates
Kuwait City, Manama, Abu Dhabi, Dubai The Prince and Princess of Wales toured some of the Arab states of the Persian Gulf together.[27]
29 April 1989[2]  Italy Rome
11 May 1989[2]  Turkey Ankara
3–7 November 1989  Indonesia Jakarta, Yogyakarta Before their visit to Hong Kong, the Prince and Princess of Wales were due to visit China. The trip was cancelled and they visited Indonesia instead.[28]
7–9 November 1989[29]  British Hong Kong Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, New Territories

1990s

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
12–13 February 1990  Italy Rome, Subiaco Working on a project for BBC Earth.[2]
16–23 February 1990  United States Florida, Charleston, Washington, D.C. Took part in a charity polo match and attended engagements in his role as president of Business in the Community.[2]
15–20 March 1990  Nigeria Abuja, Lagos The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Nigeria, where they attended a banquet by Ibrahim Babangida at the State House.[30] President Babangida[30]
21–23 March 1990  Cameroon Douala, Yaoundé The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived abroad HMY Britannia at Douala, before flying to Yaoundé.[31] The president of Cameroon hosted an official dinner to welcome them in Yaoundé.[32]
26–28 March 1990  Italy Trieste Attended engagements for the United World Colleges.[2]
7–10 May 1990  Hungary Budapest This visit by the Prince and Princess of Wales marked the first tour of a Warsaw Pact country by members of the British royal family.[33] They attended a dinner hosted by President Árpád Göncz and viewed a fashion display at the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest.[33] President Göncz[33]
10–14 November 1990  Japan Tokyo The Prince and Princess of Wales went to Japan to attend the enthronement of Emperor Akihito.[34]
17–18 December 1990  France Met with President François Mitterrand and sat for a TV interview.[2]
21–23 December 1990  Saudi Arabia Met with British forces deployed for the Gulf War.[2]
29–30 January 1991  Norway Oslo The Prince and Princess of Wales represented the Queen and the Queen Mother, respectively, at the funeral of King Olav V of Norway.[2]
22–27 April 1991  Brazil Brasília, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Aracruz, Accompanied by his wife, His Royal Highness met with business and industry leaders during the tour.[35]
30 April – 1 May 1991  Spain Madrid Attended the EC Environment Conference.[2]
6–10 May 1991  Czechoslovakia Prague, Bratislava, Brno Accompanied by the Princess of Wales.[2]
23–24 May 1991  India Delhi Prince Charles travelled to India to attend the funeral of Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.[36]
10 June 1991  Germany Munster The Prince and Princess of Wales attended a Gulf Drumhead Service.[2]
7–8 September 1991   Switzerland Attended events marking the country's 700th anniversary celebrations.[2]
13–15 September 1991  Italy Rome, Urbino, Ischia Met with President Francesco Cossiga, visited the Prince of Wales's Summer School at Villa Lante, and undertook engagemants as patron of the William Walton Foundation.[2]
23–29 October 1991  Canada Greater Sudbury, Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa The Prince and Princess of Wales toured Ontario, while their sons remained in Toronto.[37] The couple visited Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, where they presented the university with a replica of their royal charter and the Prince received an honorary degree.[38] The Princess of Wales and the children left on 27 October.[2]
12 November 1991  Belgium Prince Charles received the European environmental award.[2]
12–13 November 1991  Netherlands The Hague Visited environmental projects.[2]
10–11 December 1991  Germany Leipzig, Berlin Visited environmental projects.[2]
4–5 February 1992   Switzerland Davos Attended the World Economic Forum.[2]
7–10 February 1992  Oman Attended engagements at the British council.[2]
10–15 February 1992  India Delhi, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Bangalore (only by the Prince of Wales), Agra and Calcutta (only by the Princess of Wales) The Prince and Princess of Wales toured India, engaging in charity and business activities. Prince Charles had talks with President Ramaswamy Venkataraman and the couple attended a dinner banquet hosted by Vice President Shankar Dayal Sharma.[39] President Venkataraman[39]
15–19 February 1992    Nepal Met with King Birendra of Nepal.[2]
2–3 March 1992  France Met with President François Mitterrand and delivered a speech at the 75th anniversary of France Grande Bretagne Association.[2]
11 March 1992  Germany Paderborn Visited the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards as colonel-in-chief.[2]
23–24 March 1992  Germany Berlin Visited the Gordon Highlanders as colonel-in-chief.[2]
26–28 March 1992[2]  Italy Rome, Spoleto, Florence, Turin
20–22 May 1992  Spain Seville The Prince and Princess of Wales were present for the UK National Day at the Seville Expo '92.[2]
9 June 1992  Denmark Copenhagen Attended the celebrations marking the 25th wedding anniversary of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and Prince Henrik.[2]
28–29 September 1992[2]  Italy Rome, Bologna
2–5 November 1992  South Korea Seoul, Gyeongju, Ulsan The Prince and Princess of Wales visited South Korea at the invitation of President Roh Tae-woo, becoming the first members of the British royal family to tour the country.[40][41] This was their last official joint visit before their separation in December 1992.[42]
5–8 November 1992[2]  British Hong Kong
17–19 November 1992  Belgium
 France
Strasbourg, Brussels Visited European Parliament and the Council of Europe.[2]
3–4 December 1992[2]  France Paris, Versailles
21–23 December 1992  Czechoslovakia Prague, České Budějovice Attended events for the Prague Heritage Fund.[2]
12–14 February 1993  United States Washington, D.C., Williamsburg Attended events marking the College of William & Mary's tercentenary celebrations.[2]
14–18 February 1993[2]  Mexico Mexico City, Guadalajara, Oaxaca
18 February 1993[2]  Jamaica
10 March 1993[2]  Germany Munich
15–16 March 1993  Yugoslavia Visited the former country's territories to meet with the UK forces on UN duties.[2]
17–19 March 1993  Germany Bonn Met with Chancellor Helmut Kohl and received the Ecological Eagle Award.[2]
17–20 May 1993  Poland Gdańsk Invited by Lech Wałęsa. Gdańsk was just one stop on the entire trip.[43]
24 January – 5 February 1994[2]  Australia Sydney, Parkes, Tasmania, Hobart, Strahan, Launceston, Perth, Karratha
5–10 February 1994[2]  New Zealand Auckland, Wellington, Hokitika, Christchurch, Hamilton
16 March 1994  France Paris Visited the British Council, met with President François Mitterrand, and attended a concert.[2]
27–28 April 1994[2]  Hungary Budapest, Kecskemét
16–19 May 1994[2]  Russia Saint Petersburg Prince Charles visited Saint Petersburg in May 1994.[44]
27 May 1994  Germany Berlin Visited the city to take part in the 20th meeting of the Prince of Wales's Business Leaders Forum.[2]
3–5 June 1994  Czech Republic
 France
Prague, Ranville Prince Charles travelled to Prague for a Prague Heritage Fund event and took part in commemorations of the 50th anniversary of Normandy landings.[2]
1–2 September 1994  Italy Viterbo, Venice Visited the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture Summer School and viewed an exhibition in Venice.[2]
17–18 September 1994  Netherlands Travelled to the country to take part in commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem.[2]
28 October 1994  Germany Rheindahlen, Mönchengladbach Attended parade of the British Army of the Rhine.[2]
1–4 November 1994  United States Los Angeles Travelled to the US for UK - LA '94.[2]
5–8 November 1994[2]  British Hong Kong
11–15 March 1995[2]  Egypt Cairo, Sinai Peninsula, Luxor
15–18 March 1995[2]  Morocco Rabat, Fez, Casablanca
18 March 1995  Spain Seville Attended the wedding of Infanta Elena, Duchess of Lugo, and Jaime de Marichalar.[2]
2–3 May 1995  Germany Hamburg Took part in events that commemorated the 50th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.[2]
31 May – 1 June 1995[2]  Republic of Ireland Dublin
4–5 August 1995  Italy Caprarola Visited the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture Summer School.[2]
31 August – 1 September 1995  France Paris, Biarritz Viewed British works at Galeries Lafayette and visited the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture Summer School.[2]
6 November 1995  Israel Jerusalem Attended the funeral of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.[2]
13–16 November 1995[2]  Germany Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Munich
17 November 1995[2]  Latvia Riga Presented gift of silver bowl to the Church of Saint Saviour for use as baptismal font.
8 February 1996[2]  Croatia Dubrovnik, Split
9 February 1996[2]  Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
23–27 February 1996[2]  Morocco Marrakesh, Ouarzazate, Ifrane, Rabat
22 March 1996  Italy Opened Urban Renaissance Exhibition in his capacity as president of the Institute of Architecture.[2]
23–29 April 1996[2]  Canada Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick
13–16 July 1996  Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan, Seria Visited the Royal Gurkha Rifles.[2]
17–18 July 1996  United States North Carolina, New York City, Rhode Island Visited the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture Summer School and carried out engagements for the Mary Rose Trust.[2]
14 August 1996  Croatia Toured Mljet National Park.[2]
1–2 September 1996  Germany Berlin, Potsdam Carried out engagements in connection with the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture.[2]
29–30 October 1996[2]  Belgium Brussels
4–12 November 1996[2]  Ukraine
 Turkmenistan
 Kazakhstan
 Kyrgyzstan
 Uzbekistan
21–22 December 1996  Turkey Istanbul Attended the christening of Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark.[2]
31 January 1997  Germany Darmstadt Attended the funeral of Margaret, Princess of Hesse and by Rhine.[2]
21–25 February 1997  Kuwait
 Bahrain
 Qatar
Aboard HMY Britannia.[2]
26–28 February 1997[2]  Bangladesh Dhaka, Sylhet
4–6 March 1997[2]  Saudi Arabia Riyadh
26 March 1997  United States New York City Visited the UN headquarters.[2]
26 March 1997[2]  France Paris
12–13 May 1997[2]  Germany Hesse
21–22 June 1997  Norway Trondheim Attended King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway's 60th birthday celebrations.[2]
27–30 June 1997[45]  British Hong Kong Hong Kong Prince Charles represented the Queen at the Hong Kong handover ceremony.
3 July 1997  Philippines Manila Aboard HMY Britannia.[2]
31 October – 5 November 1997  South Africa
 Lesotho
Pretoria, Durban, Cape Town, Johannesburg Prince Harry joined his father from 29 October to 3 November.[2]
31 January 1998  Netherlands Attended Queen Beatrix's birthday celebrations.[2]
3–6 February 1998  Sri Lanka Colombo Took part in celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the country's Independence Day.[2]
6–9 February 1998[2]    Nepal Kathmandu, Patichaur, Besisahar
9–12 February 1998[2]  Bhutan
23–24 March 1998  Canada Vancouver Accompanied by Prince William and Prince Harry.[2]
26 June 1998  France Lens Watched England vs Colombia World Cup match, accompanied by Prince Harry.[2]
27–28 June 1998  Portugal Vasco da Gama Bridge, Alcochete, Lisbon Met with the president of Portugal and attended Expo '98.[2]
2–3 November 1998  Slovenia Bled Island, Triglav National Park, Brdo Castle, Ljubljana Attended a dinner hosted by the president of Slovenia and opened the British Week in Ljubljana.[2]
3–6 November 1998  Romania Bucharest, Sibiu Met with the president and prime minister of Romania.[2]
6–8 November 1998  Bulgaria Sofia, Plovdiv Met with Petar Stoyanov, President of Bulgaria.[2]
8–9 November 1998  Macedonia Skopje, Ohrid Met with the president of Macedonia.[2]
22–24 November 1998  Greece Athens, Crete Met with the president and prime minister of Greece.[2]
8–11 March 1999[46]  Argentina Buenos Aires After President Carlos Menem travelled to the UK and invited the Queen to visit Argentina, she sent the Prince of Wales in her representation. In Buenos Aires, the Prince of Wales toured the city, and paid respects to the fallen during the Falklands War between the two countries.[46]
11–13 March 1999[2]  Uruguay Montevideo
13–16 March 1999[2]  Falkland Islands Stanley
13 September 1999[2]  Kosovo Pristina
17–20 November 1999  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, Dubai Met with the royal families of the United Arab Emirates.[2]
20–22 November 1999  Oman Muscat Met with Sultan Qaboos bin Said.[2]
22–23 November 1999  Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.[2]

2000s

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
21–24 February 2000[2]  Trinidad and Tobago Saint Augustine
24–27 February 2000[2]  Guyana Georgetown, Iwokrama Forest
27–29 February 2000[2]  Jamaica Kingston, Kingston Harbour, Trenchtown
16 May 2000[2]  Hungary Budapest
30–31 October 2000[2]  Czech Republic Prague
1–2 November 2000[2]  Slovakia Bratislava
2–3 November 2000[2]   Switzerland Bern, Kandersteg Prince Charles arrived in the Swiss capital of Bern where he was welcomed by Swiss Confederation president Adolf Ogi and the Swiss military band. Prince Charles visited Ogi's native village of Kandersteg where he toured the local church. He also dined at Lohn Estate which was the official government guest house and visited Bern's Old City which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.[47]
16–18 February 2001[2]  Saudi Arabia Riyadh
25 April – 1 May 2001[2]  Canada Ottawa, Saskatchewan, Yukon, Toronto
11 May 2001[2]  Spain Valencia
5 June 2001[2]  Germany Münster, Paderborn
25 August 2001[2]  Norway Oslo
5–6 November 2001[2]  Estonia Tallinn, Tartu
6–8 November 2001[2]  Lithuania Vilnius
8–9 November 2001[2]  Latvia Daugavpils, Riga
1–2 February 2002[2]  Netherlands Amsterdam
4–6 March 2002[2]  Brazil Brasília, Rio de Janeiro, Palmas, Bananal Island
6–8 March 2002[2]  Mexico Veracruz, Xalapa, Puebla, Mexico City
11–12 June 2002[2]  Germany Lübeck, Berlin
12–13 June 2002[2]  Poland Kraków, Tatra Mountains
4–8 November 2002[2]  Italy Florence, Rome, Ischia, Naples
6 February 2003[2]  France Paris
13–14 March 2003[2]  Bulgaria Sofia, Varna Met with Georgi Parvanov, President of Bulgaria and Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (Tsar Simeon II), Prime Minister of Bulgaria.[2]
13–16 July 2003[2]  Russia Saint Petersburg, Solovetsky Islands
28 October – 5 November 2003[2]  India Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Mumbai Prince Charles' tour focused on the environment, heritage restoration, bilateral ties and helping young business people. In Mumbai, he visited the set of the film Mangal Pandey: The Rising.[48]
6–8 November 2003[2]  Oman Muscat
8 February 2004[2]  Iraq Basra Prince Charles visited British troops serving in Basra.[49]
9 February 2004[2]  Iran Tehran, Bam Prince Charles visited the city of Tehran where he held talks with Iranian president, Mohammad Khatami. Prince Charles as a patron of the British Red Cross visited the Iranian city of Bam where he met with survivors of the 2003 Bam earthquake. He also visited the ruins of the Arg-e Bam, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which had been destroyed by the earthquake.[49]
10 February 2004[2]  Saudi Arabia Riyadh
22–24 March 2004[2]  Spain Madrid
26 March 2004[2]   Switzerland Geneva
5 June 2004[2]  France Normandy
11 June 2004[2]  United States Washington, D.C. The Prince represented the Queen at the state funeral of former President Ronald Reagan.
23 July 2004[2]  Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar
September 2004[2]  France Paris
September 2004[2]  Netherlands Oosterbeek
September 2004[2]  Germany Sennelager
October 2004[2]  Italy Turin
October 2004[2]  Turkey Istanbul, Mardin
October 2004[2]  Jordan Al-Salt, Ajloun, Amman, Petra
November 2004[2]  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi
28 February 2005  Sri Lanka Batticaloa Visited areas affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.[2]
28 February – 6 March 2005[2]  Australia Perth, Alice Springs, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra
6–10 March 2005[2]  New Zealand Dunedin, Wellington, Auckland
10–11 March 2005[2]  Fiji Viseisei, Nadi
8 April 2005  Vatican City Attended the funeral of Pope John Paul II.[2]
25 April 2005  Turkey ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli Attended ceremonies marking the 90th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.[2]
27 June 2005  Germany Münster Visited the Royal Dragoon Guards.[2]
2 August 2005  Saudi Arabia Riyadh Attended the funeral of King Fahd.[2]
1–8 November 2005  United States Washington, D.C., New York City Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, in what was their first joint overseas tour together.[2] President Bush
October 29 to November 3, 2006, Pakistan Kashmir To visit the families of victims of 2005 Kashmir earthquake of Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf
9 December 2005   Switzerland Klosters Opened a new suspension bridge in the area.[2]
20–24 March 2006  Egypt Cairo Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
24–26 March 2006  Saudi Arabia Riyadh Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
26–31 March 2006  India Delhi, Rajasthan, Jodhpur, Jaipur Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
23 May 2006   Switzerland Geneva Delivered a speech on integrated health to the World Health Assembly.[2]
29 October – 3 November 2006  Pakistan Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
27–28 January 2007  United States New York City, Philadelphia Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles was presented with 10th Global Environmental Citizen Award from Harvard Medical School Center for Health and the Global Environment.[2]
19–28 February 2007  Kuwait
 Qatar
 Bahrain
 United Arab Emirates
Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
1 March 2007  Bosnia and Herzegovina Banja Luka Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles visited the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards.[2]
22–29 November 2007  Uganda
 Turkey
Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, the couple carried out engagements cocerned with sustainable development, youth opportunity, environmental protection, etc.[2]
4–14 March 2008  Trinidad and Tobago
 Saint Lucia
 Montserrat
 Jamaica
Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
27 October – 5 November 2008  Japan
 Brunei
 Indonesia
Tokyo, Bandar Seri Begawan, Jakarta The Duchess of Cornwall accompanied Prince Charles during the visit to Japan and Brunei. The visit to Japan marked the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the UK and Japan.[2] At the invitation of the president of Indonesia, Prince Charles delivered the Presidential Lecture in the country's capital.[2]
10–11 November 2008  France Paris, Verdun The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall attended a dinner hosted by President Nicolas Sarkozy and attended the Armistice Day commemorations.[2]
8–11 March 2009  Chile Santiago, Valparaíso Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
11–15 March 2009  Brazil Brasília, Rio de Janeiro Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
15–17 March 2009  Ecuador Galápagos Islands Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
26–29 April 2009  Italy
 Vatican City
Rome, Venice Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles delivered a speech at the Chamber of Deputies.[2] The Prince and the Duchess met with Pope Benedict XVI on 27 April.[2]
29–30 April 2009  Germany Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
6 June 2009  France Normandy Prince Charles attended events to mark the 65th anniversary of D-Day.[2]
2–12 November 2009  Canada St. John's, Toronto, Victoria, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]

2010s

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
15–23 March 2010  Poland
 Czech Republic
 Hungary
Warsaw, Prague, Budapest Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall.[2]
25 March 2010  Afghanistan Prince Charles visited British troops deployed in the country.[2]
27 May 2010  Norway Oslo Prince Charles delivered a speech at the Oslo Climate and Forest Conference.[2]
19 July 2010  France Fromelles The Prince and the Duchess attended events commemorating 250 British soldiers from the First World War.[2]
October 2010  India Delhi Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles opened the 2010 Commonwealth Games on behalf of the Queen, along with the President of India.[2]
9 February 2011  Belgium Brussels Prince Charles attended the Low Carbon Prosperity Summit.[2]
28 March – 6 April 2011  Portugal
 Spain
 Morocco
Lisbon, Madrid, Seville, Rabat Accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall. The trip's main goal is to promote trade and investment opportunities and increase cooperation on climate change.[2][50]
October – November 2011  Kuwait
 Qatar
 South Africa
 Tanzania
Prince Charles attended events to mark the 50th anniversary of independence and 20th anniversary of liberation in Kuwait.[2] He was joined by the Duchess of Cornwall in South Africa and Tanzania, and they marked the 50th anniversary of Tanzania's independence.[2]
20–27 March 2012[51]  Norway
 Sweden
 Denmark
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall toured the three Scandinavian countries at the request of the UK government.[2] The visit started in Norway (Oslo & Bergen), continued in Sweden (Stockholm) and concluded in Denmark (Copenhagen & Elsinore).[51]
20–23 May 2012  Canada Saint John, Toronto, Regina The Prince and the Duchess toured Canada at the request of the Canadian government to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and Victoria Day.[2][52]
3–12 November 2012  Papua New Guinea
 Australia
 New Zealand
Longreach, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart,Sydney, Canberra, Auckland, Wellington, Manawatū, Christchurch The Prince and the Duchess toured the countries to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.[53][54][55][56]
12–13 March 2013  Jordan Amman, Ar-Ramtha, Jerash The Prince and the Duchess toured museums and schools. Charles visited King Hussein Mosque and the couple travelled to the Syrian border and met with Syrian refugees.[57] Abdullah II of Jordan
13–15 March 2013  Qatar Doha Among the places visited by the couple were the Museum of Islamic Art and Katara Cultural Village.[57]
15–16 March 2013  Saudi Arabia Riyadh Charles and Camilla visited the Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia.[57]
17–18 March 2013  Oman Muscat, Nizwa The couple met with the locals while touring the Nizwa Fort.[57] Qaboos bin Said
29–30 April 2013  The Netherlands Amsterdam The Prince and the Duchess attended the inauguration of Willem-Alexander, King of the Netherlands, as well as the preceding celebrations in honour of the departing Queen Beatrix.[58][59]
28-30 May 2013  Armenia Yerevan, Vagarshapat, Garni Prince Charles headed to Yerevan’s famous Matenadaran museum of ancient Armenian manuscripts on his arrival at the Zvartnots international airport. Charles was also expected to meet with President Serzh Sarkisian and with leader of the Armenian Orthodox Church, Catholicos Karekin II. Charles was expected to attend a series of charitable events dedicated to the preservation of Armenian cultural heritage, including a concert and dinner.[60]
6–14 November 2013  India, Sri Lanka Dehradun, New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Kochi, Colombo The Prince and the Duchess undertook a broad range of engagements to promote the strong UK-India partnership in key areas such as conservation, education, growing business links, women's empowerment and training. In Sri Lanka, the Prince of Wales officially represented Queen Elizabeth II at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Colombo. The couple attended the official opening ceremony and a dinner, hosted by The Prince, for Commonwealth Heads of Government.[61][62][63]
17–19 February 2014  Saudi Arabia Riyadh As part of a tour of the Gulf, the Prince visited Riyadh and met with Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Saud al Faisal, Second Deputy Prime Minister Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz, National Guard Minister Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, Deptuy Foreign Affairs Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah, Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities President Prince Sultan bin Salman, Saudi Ambassador to London Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf, Sheikh Khalid Alireza and Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. He also attended the Janadriyah cultural festival where he wore traditional Saudi dress and participated in a sword dance.[1][64]
19–21 February 2014  Qatar Doha As part of a tour of the Gulf, the Prince visited the Museum of Islamic Art, the National Heritage Library and the Anglican Centre at Christian Complex in Doha. He also met with Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Khaled bin Mohammed Al Attiyah.[1][65]
21 February 2014  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi As part of a tour of the Gulf, the Prince called upon Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in Abu Dhabi.[1][66]
21 February 2014  Bahrain Manama As part of a tour of the Gulf, the Prince called upon King Hamad at Bustan Palace, Manama.[1]
18–21 May 2014  Canada Halifax, Pictou, Charlottetown, Winnipeg The Prince and the Duchess conducted an official tour of Canada, visiting Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Manitoba. In Halifax, they met with Lieutenant Governor John Grant, attended a Victoria Day Military Family Festival and visited Halifax Public Gardens, Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market and the Canadian Museum of Immigration. In Pictou, they visited Hector Heritage Quay and met with Premier Stephen McNeil. In Charlottetown, the Prince and Duchess attended a Victoria Day celebration at Province House, where they also joined a Youth Parliament debate, and met with Premier Robert Ghiz. They also visited the Confederation Centre of the Arts, the Centre for Applied Science and Technology, the Cornwall United Church and Bonshaw Provincial Park. In Winnipeg, the Prince and Duchess attended a reception for Outstanding Canadians at Government House hosted by Lieutenant Governor Philip Lee, and visited the Pavilion Gallery Museum. The Prince also received Prime Minister Stephen Harper, representatives from the Royal Winnipeg Rifles and the Air Reserve of Canada, and held an investiture at the Manitoba Legislature.[1][67]
31 May 2014  Romania Bucharest The Prince called upon President Traian Băsescu at Cotroceni Palace and received an Honorary Doctorate at the University of Bucharest.[1]
5–6 May 2014  France Ranville, Bayeux The Prince and the Duchess joined the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy. They attended Royal British Legion services of remembrance in Bayeux Cathedral and at Bayeux Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery, visited HMS Richmond and attended the international commemoration service at Colleville-Montgomery beach and a ceremony of remembrance at Juno Beach Centre, Courseulles-sur-Mer. They also met with President François Hollande, Prime Minister Manuel Valls and Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper.[1][68]
28 October – 2 November 2014  Colombia Bogotá, Meta, Cartagena The Prince and the Duchess paid an official visit to Colombia and were hosted by President Juan Manuel Santos. They visited the Peace and Reconciliation Centre in Bogota, Chiribiquete National Park, and, in Cartagena, the Gold Museum, National Coastguard and HMS Argyll and the Prince also attended the "Health of the Oceans" conference at the Naval Museum.[1][69]
2–5 November 2014  Mexico Mexico City, Real del Monte, Campeche, Monterrey The Prince and the Duchess paid an official visit to Mexico and visited the capital and the states of Hidalgo, Campeche and Nuevo León. In Real del Monte, they visited the English Cemetery, attended the traditional Day of the Dead festivities and visited the Pasty Museum to celebrate Real del Monte's Cornish heritage. In Mexico City, they met with President Enrique Peña Nieto and attended the launch of the Year of the United Kingdom in Mexico 2015. In Campeche, the Prince visited Edzná archaeological site and Petenes Mangrove Biosphere Reserve. In Monterrey, the Prince and Duchess visited Fundidora Park, the Science Museum, travelled by canal through the city centre and opened the joint United Kingdom and Canadian consulate.[1][70]
24 January 2015  Saudi Arabia Riyadh The Prince paid condolences on behalf of the Queen to King Salman following the death of the late King, Abdullah.[1][71]
7–9 February 2015  Jordan Amman, Al Mafraq As part of his Middle East tour, the Prince visited Jordan and met with King Abdullah II, Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad and Prince El Hassan bin Talal. He met Iraqi Christian faith leaders resident in Amman and visited the Za'atari Refugee Camp at Al Mafraq, accompanied by UK International Development Secretary Justine Greening.[1][72]
9–10 February 2015  Kuwait Kuwait City As part of his Middle East tour, the Prince visited Kuwait and met with Amir Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, Crown Prince Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and Sheikh Nasser Mohammed Al Ahmed Al Sabah. The Prince visited HMS Dauntless at port in Kuwait City.[1]
10–12 February 2015  Saudi Arabia Riyadh As part of his Middle East tour, the Prince visited Riyadh and met with King Salman, Crown Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Riyadh Prince Faisal bin Bander, National Guard Minister Prince Miteb bin Abdullah and Prince Al Waleed bin Talal.[1]
12 February 2015  Qatar Doha As part of his Middle East tour, the Prince called upon Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha.[1]
12 February 2015  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi As part of his Middle East tour, the Prince called upon Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in Abu Dhabi.[1]
17–20 March 2015  United States Washington, D.C., Mount Vernon Louisville The Prince and the Duchess visited Washington, D.C., Virginia and Kentucky. They met with President Barack Obama at the White House, Governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe and Governor of Kentucky Steve Beshear. The Prince visited Mount Vernon, viewed a 1297 version of Magna Carta and the Charters of Freedom at the National Archives, attended a "Plastics and the Oceans" Conference held by the International Sustainability Unit, attended a reception at the State Department to mark the 60th anniversary of the Marshall Scholarships, met with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell, and received the International Conservation Caucus Foundation Teddy Roosevelt Award. In Louisville, the Prince visited the African American Heritage Centre and attended a roundtable discussion at the Cathedral of the Assumption on the importance of spirituality in encouraging the development of healthy communities, before giving a speech on "the Principles of Harmony."[1][73][74]
23–25 April 2015  Turkey Istanbul, Çanakkale, Gallipoli The Prince visited Turkey, accompanied by Prince Harry, to attend commemorations marking the centenary of the Gallipoli landings. He met with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and visited HMS Bulwark. The Prince attended the international service at Abide, the Commonwealth and Ireland service at Helles Memorial, the French Service at Morto Bay, the dawn service at ANZAC Cove, the Australian service of thanksgiving at Lone Pine, and the New Zealand service of thanksgiving at Chunuk Bair.[1][75]
19–20 May 2015  Ireland Galway, Oranmore, Gort, Sligo, Drumcliffe, Cliffoney, Mullaghmore The Prince and the Duchess visited counties Galway and Sligo as part of their visit to Ireland. They met with President Michael Higgins, Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin, President of Sinn Féin Gerry Adams and former Taoiseach John Bruton. The Prince visited the National University of Ireland, Galway, the Marine Institute in Oranmore, the Burren, Lough Cutra Castle and Claddagh National School. The Prince and the Duchess attended an ecumenical service of peace and reconciliation in St. Columba's Church in Drumcliffe, and visited Classiebawn Castle and Mullaghmore, where the Prince's great uncle, Earl Mountbatten of Burma, was assassinated by the IRA.[1][76][77]
31 May 2015  Romania Bucharest The Prince met with President Klaus Iohannis at Cotroceni Palace in Bucharest.[1]
17 June 2015  Belgium Hougoumont The Prince attended a service to remember soldiers who died at the Battle of Waterloo with Princess Astrid of Belgium, Prince Pieter-Christiaan of Orange-Nassau, van Vollenhoven, Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Prince Nikolaus von Blucher of Prussia, Charles, Prince Napoléon and Charles Wellesley, 9th Duke of Wellington.The Prince also unveiled the new monument at Hougoumont Farm. He also had a meeting with Princess Astrid of Belgium.[1][78]
4–10 November 2015  New Zealand Wellington, Dunedin, Nelson, Westport, Hamilton, Auckland, New Plymouth The Prince and the Duchess conducted an official tour of New Zealand during which they met with Governor-General Lieutenant General Sir Jerry Mateparae, Prime Minister John Key, Leader of the Opposition Andrew Little and Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives David Carter. They laid wreaths at the National War Memorial, attended a reception with members of parliament at Government House, Wellington, and attended the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup victory parade on the forecourt of Parliament. In Dunedin, the Prince visited Tawa College and Toitu Otago Settlers' Museum. The Prince and the Duchess visited the market and a winery in Nelson and the Prince visited the New Zealand Defence Force in Westport. They visited Turangawaewae Marae in Hamilton, attended a reception for the Prince's Charities at Government House, Auckland, and attended a garden party at Pukekura Park in New Plymouth. The Prince also visited the Spirit of New Zealand training vessel at Prince's Wharf, Auckland.[1][79][80]
10–15 November 2015  Australia Adelaide, Barossa Valley, Sydney, Canberra, Albany, Perth The Prince and the Duchess conducted an official tour of Australia, visiting South Australia, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and Western Australia. In Adelaide, they met with Governor-General General Sir Peter Cosgrove, Governor of South Australia Hieu Van Le and Premier Jay Weatherill, and visited the Barossa Valley wine region. In Canberra, they attended the Remembrance Day national ceremony at the Australian War Memorial and visited the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, the National Museum of Australia and the National Arboretum. The Prince also met with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten. In Sydney, the Prince and the Duchess visited the New South Wales Mounted Police Unit, attended a reception at Government House given by Governor of New South Wales General David Hurley, and attended a dinner at Admiralty House given by the Governor-General. In Western Australia, the Prince and the Duchess visited a winery and the Albany Agricultural Show and attended receptions in Perth given by Governor of Western Australia Kerry Sanderson. The Prince opened the State Buildings in Perth and, with the Duchess, visited Kings Park.[1][81]
26–28 November 2015  Malta St. Julians, Valletta, Ta' Qali, Vittoriosa, Mellieha, Zejtun, Mdina The Prince and the Duchess visited Malta to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting with the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. The Prince met with President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, Prime Minister Dr Joseph Muscat, President of Sri Lanka Maithripala Sirisena, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma. The Prince attended many meetings and receptions, including for the Prince of Wales's International Sustainability Unit, the Prince's Trust International and the Special Executive Session on Climate Action.[1]
29 November – 1 December 2015  France Paris The Prince visited France to attend the 21st United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change in Paris.[1][82]
14–16 March 2016  Croatia Zagreb, Osijek During their tour of the Balkans, the Prince and the Duchess visited Zagreb and Osijek. They met with President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, who hosted a dinner in their honour at the Presidential Palace, and Prime Minister Tihomir Oreškovic. They also met with local community leaders involved in a regional peacebuilding and reconciliation initiative in Osijek.[1][83]
16–18 March 2016  Serbia Belgrade, Novi Sad, Sremski Karlovci During their tour of the Balkans, the Prince and the Duchess visited Belgrade and Vojvodina. They met with President Tomislav Nikolić and Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who hosted a dinner in their honour. They also met with Crown Prince Alexander and Princess Katherine at the Royal Palace in Belgrade and the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Irinej Gavrilovic. They visited the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Belgrade, Kalmejdan Fortress and St. Sava Cathedral, and attended a reception to mark British women on the Serbian Front Line in World War I and the UK-Serbia bilateral relationship, given by the Speaker of the Serbian Parliament, Maja Gojkovic. They later visited Novi Sad and Sremski Karlovci.[1][84]
18 March 2016  Montenegro Podgorica, Cetinje During their tour of the Balkans, the Prince and the Duchess visited Podgorica and Cetinje. They met with President Filip Vujanović, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović and Deputy Prime Minister Dusko Markovic. They also visited a cultural heritage festival at Vladin Dom Museum in Cetinje.[1]
18–19 March 2016  Kosovo Prishtina, Prizren During their tour of the Balkans, the Prince and the Duchess visited Prishtina and Prizren. They met with President of the Republic of Kosovo Atifete Jahjaga and attended an act of remembrance at the Missing Persons Memorial in Prishtina. The Prince laid a wreath at the Kosovo Force and United Kingdom Memorials to the Fallen at the Kosovo Force Headquarters in Prishtina. He also visited the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, St. George's Serbian Orthodox Church and the Sinan Pasha Mosque in Prizren.[1][85]
25 May 2016  Ireland Donegal, Letterkenny, Churchill At the end of a visit to Northern Ireland, the Prince and the Duchess spent a day in County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland. They visited Donegal Castle, were hosted at a reception at Letterkenny Institute of Technology by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Charles Flanagan, and visited Glenveagh National Park.[1][86][87]
30 May – 1 June 2016  Romania Bucharest, Viscri The Prince met with President Klaus Iohannis, Prime Minister Dacian Cioloș and Crown Princess Margareta and Prince Radu at Elisabeta Palace. The Prince also launched a training centre in Viscri, Brasov County.[1]
1 July 2016  France Thiepval, Beaumont-Hamel The Prince and the Duchess visited France to attend events marking the centenary of the Battle of the Somme. They attended the UK national commemorative service at the Thiepval Memorial with President François Hollande, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, the Somme Association service of commemoration at Ulster Memorial Tower, and the Canadian national ceremony of remembrance at the Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial.[1][88]
15 September 2016  France Longueval The Prince visited France to attend the New Zealand national service of commemoration marking the centenary of the Battle of the Somme at Caterpillar Valley Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery.[1][89]
30 September 2016  Israel Jerusalem The Prince represented the Queen at the state funeral of Shimon Peres (former President of Israel).[1]
4–6 November 2016  Oman Muscat, Misfat Al Abryeen, Ras Al Shajar During their tour of the Gulf, the Prince and the Duchess visited Muscat and Ad Dakhiliyah. They attended a cultural arrival at the Palace Boulevard, Muscat, where they were received by Sayyid Haitham bin Tariq bin Taimur Al Said. They visited the National Museum of Oman and were hosted to dinner by Sultan Qaboos. The Prince also visited the old village of Misfat Al Abryeen and Ras Al Shajar Nature Reserve.[1][90]
6–8 November 2016  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, Bu Tinah Island, Masdar City, Al Ain, Dubai, Sharjah During their tour of the Gulf, the Prince and the Duchess visited the emirates of Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah. They visited Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi and attended a cultural celebration at Al Jahili Fort in Al Ain hosted by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The Prince also visited Bu Tinah Island and Masdar City. The Prince later visited the site of Expo 2020 and met with Vice President and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in Dubai and Ruler of Sharjah Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi in Sharjah.[1][91][92]
8–11 November 2016  Bahrain Manama During their tour of the Gulf, the Prince and the Duchess visited Manama and met with King Hamad, Crown Prince Salman and Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa. They the visited the Old Post Office Museum, where they unveiled commemorative stamps marking the 200th anniversary of the bilateral relationship between Bahrain and the United Kingdom, the Old Souk, Krishna Temple, Al-Fateh Grand Mosque and the National Museum. The Prince also visited HMS Middleton and attended a Remembrance Day service at the British Embassy.[1]
29–31 March 2017  Romania Bucharest The Prince visited Bucharest and met with President Klaus Iohannis, Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu, Crown Princess Margareta and Prince Radu, and Patriarch Daniel of the Romanian Orthodox Church.[1][93]
31 March – 5 April 2017  Italy Florence, Venice, Naples, Amatrice, Rome The Prince and the Duchess visited Tuscany, Veneto, Campania and Lazio. They visited the British Institute of Florence, attended a service of remembrance at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Montecchio Precalcino, visited the earthquake site at Amatrice, visited the British School at Rome and attended a plenary discussion on the East Africa famine at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. The Prince also met with President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni.[1][94]
4 April 2017  Vatican City Vatican City The Prince and the Duchess met with Pope Francis and Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin. They also attended a meeting on climate change and visited the English College.[1][95]
5–6 April 2017  Austria Vienna The Prince and the Duchess met with President Alexander Van der Bellen, The Prince also met Chancellor Christian Kern, visited the Musikverein and attended a meeting at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.[1][96]
9 April 2017  France Vimy The Prince represented the Queen at a commemorative service to mark the centenary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.[1][97]
10–12 May 2017  Ireland Dublin, Kilkenny, Thomastown, Curragh The Prince and the Duchess visited counties Dublin and Kilkenny. The Prince with President Michael D. Higgins and Taoiseach Enda Kenny, visited Kilkenny Castle, and participated in an act of remembrance at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin.[1][98]
29–31 May 2017  Romania Cluj-Napoca, Viscri The Prince received an Honorary Doctorate at Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca and visited Viscri.[1]
29 June – 1 July 2017  Canada Iqaluit, Trenton, Wellington, Ottawa The Prince and the Duchess visited Nunavut and Ontario. They visited the Legislative Assembly in Iqaluit and Canadian Forces Base Trenton, opened the Canadian History Hall at the Canadian History Museum in Ottawa and attended the Canada Day celebrations at Parliament Hill to mark the 150th anniversary of the confederation of Canada. The Prince also met with Governor-General David Johnston and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.[1][99]
31 July 2017  Belgium Passendale The Prince represented the Queen at the centenary commemorations of the Battle of Passchendaele at Tyne Cot Cemetery, West Flanders.[1][100]
4–5 October 2017  Malta Valetta, St. Julian's The Prince attended the 75th anniversary commemoration of the awarding of the George Cross to Malta and met with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.[1][101]
30 October – 2 November 2017  Singapore Singapore The Prince and the Duchess visited Singapore and met with President Halimah Yacob and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
2 November 2017  Brunei Brunei The Prince and the Duchess visited Brunei and met with Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.
2–8 November 2017  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Taiping, Kuala Kangsar, Sarawak, George Town On his first visit to Malaysia, the Prince and the Duchess visited Kuala Lumpur, Perak, Sarawak and Penang to celebrate 60 years of British-Malaysian diplomatic relations. They met with Yang di-Pertuan Agong Muhammad V and Sultan of Perak Nazrin Shah, and the Prince visited the Taiping War Cemetery.[1][102][103]
8–9 November 2017  India New Delhi The Prince and the Duchess visited Delhi and met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Prince attended an event marking 2017 United Kingdom India Year of Culture and laid a wreath at India Gate.[1]
17–19 November 2017  Antigua and Barbuda St. George, Codrington The Prince visited the islands of Antigua and Barbuda and visited communities affected by Hurricane Irma. He also met with Governor-General Sir Rodney Williams and Prime Minister Gaston Browne.[1][104]
18 November 2017  British Virgin Islands Beef Island, Road Town The Prince visited Beef Island and Tortola and visited communities affected by Hurricane Irma. He also met with Governor Gus Jaspert and Premier Orlando Smith.[1][104]
19 November 2017  Dominica Roseau The Prince visited Dominica and visited communities affected by Hurricane Maria. He also met with President Charles Savarin and Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.[1]
16 December 2017  Romania Bucharest The Prince represented the Queen at the funeral of King Michael.[1]
4–10 April 2018  Australia Brisbane, Gold Coast, Bundaberg, Lady Elliot Island, Cairns, Mossman Gorge, Nhulunbuy, Yirrkala, Darwin On his sixteenth visit to Australia,[105] the Prince and the Duchess visited Queensland and the Northern Territory. The Prince opened the 2018 Commonwealth Games on behalf of the Queen. The Prince met with Governor-General General Sir Peter Cosgrove, Governor of Queensland Paul De Jersey, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten, Chief Minister of the Northern Territory Michael Gunner and Governor-General of New Zealand Dame Patsy Reddy. The Prince also visited HMAS Cairns, the Royal Flying Doctor Service Cairns Base and met with indigenous elders and rangers at Mount Nhulun.[1][106]
7 April 2018  Vanuatu Port Vila The Prince met with President Tallis Obed Moses and was made an honorary high chief.[1][107]
25 April 2018  France Villers-Bretonneux The Prince attended an Anzac Day service at the Australian National Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux.[1][108]
7–9 May 2018  France Nice, Èze, Lyon The Prince and the Duchess visited the memorial for the victims of the 2016 terrorist attack in Nice and attended a VE Day commemoration ceremony in Lyon.[1][109]
9–11 May 2018  Greece Athens, Knossos, Archanes The Prince and the Duchess visited Athens and Crete. The Prince laid a wreath at Memorial of the Unknown Soldier in Syntagma Square, Athens, and met with President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Leader of the Opposition Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Archbishop of Athens and All Greece Ieronymos II. The Prince also visited the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery at Phaleron and HMS Echo.[1][110]
30–31 May 2018  Romania Bucharest, Viscri The Prince met with President Klaus Iohannis, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila and Margareta, Custodian of the Crown of Romania.[1]
14–15 June 2018  Ireland Cork, Caherdaniel, Tralee, Killarney The Prince and the Duchess visited counties Cork and Kerry. They visited the English Market in Cork, the ancestral home of Daniel O'Connell, Siamsa Tíre and Killarney National Park. The Prince met with Tánaiste Simon Coveney, the President and Vice President of Sinn Féin, Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O'Neill, and Leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin.[1][111]
31 October – 2 November 2018  Gambia Banjul, Serekunda The Prince and the Duchess met with President Adama Barrow and visited the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Fajara.[1][112]
2–6 November 2018  Ghana Accra, Kumasi The Prince and the Duchess visited Accra and the Ashanti region. The Prince met with President Nana Akufo-Addo, Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin and Asantehene Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II, visited the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Accra and inaugurated the Prince of Wales Park at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi.[1][113]
6–8 November 2018  Nigeria Abuja, Lagos The Prince and the Duchess visited Abuja and Lagos. The Prince met with President Muhammadu Buhari, People's Democratic Party Leader Atiku Abubakar and traditional rulers, and visited the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Abuja.[1][114] A planned visit to Jos was cancelled due to violence in the region.[115]
5 December 2018  United States of America Washington, D.C. The Prince represented the Queen at the state funeral of former President George H. W. Bush.[1]
17–24 March 2019  Barbados Bridgetown As part of their Commonwealth tour of the Caribbean, the Prince and the Duchess visited Barbados, during which the Prince laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in Bridgetown, presented a new colour to the Barbados Coast Guard and met Governor-General Dame Sandra Mason and Prime Minister Mia Mottley.[1][116]
17 March 2019  St. Lucia Vieux Fort As part of his Commonwealth tour of the Caribbean, the Prince visited St. Lucia and met Governor-General Sir Neville Cenac and Prime Minister Allen Chastanet.[1][117]
20 March 2019  St. Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown As part of their Commonwealth tour of the Caribbean, the Prince and the Duchess visited St. Vincent and the Grenadines and met Governor-General Sir Frederick Ballantyne and Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves.[1]
21 March 2019  St. Kitts and Nevis Basseterre, Charlestown As part of their Commonwealth tour of the Caribbean, the Prince and the Duchess visited St. Kitts and Nevis and met Governor-General Sir Tapley Seaton and Prime Minister Timothy Harris.[1][118]
23 March 2019  Grenada St. George's As part of their Commonwealth tour of the Caribbean, the Prince and the Duchess visited Grenada and met Governor-General Dame Cécile La Grenade and Prime Minister Keith Mitchell.[1]
24–27 March 2019  Cuba Havana The Prince and the Duchess were the first members of the British royal family to visit Cuba. During the visit, they laid a wreath at the José Martí Memorial in Havana and met President Miguel Díaz-Canel.[1][119]
27–28 March 2019  Cayman Islands George Town, Little Cayman As part of their Commonwealth tour of the Caribbean, the Prince and the Duchess visited Grand Cayman and Little Cayman and met Governor Martyn Roper and Premier Alden McLaughlin.[1]
7–10 May 2019  Germany Berlin, Leipzig, Munich, Glonn The Prince and the Duchess visited Berlin, Saxony and Bavaria and met President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Chancellor Angela Merkel, Minister-President of Saxony Michael Kretschmer and Minister-President of Bavaria Markus Söder.[1][120]
20–21 May 2019  Ireland Dublin, Enniskerry, Kilbride, Glendalough The Prince and the Duchess visited Dublin and County Wicklow and met President Michael D. Higgins.[1][121]
6 June 2019  France Bayeux The Prince and the Duchess attended services in Bayeux Cathedral and at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery in Bayeux to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings on D-Day.[1][122]
21 September 2019  The Netherlands Arnhem, Driel, Oosterbeek The Prince attended events with Princess Beatrix to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Operation Market Garden.[1][123]
13 October 2019  Vatican City Vatican City The Prince attended the canonisation of Cardinal Newman and met Pope Francis.[1][124]
22–23 October 2019  Japan Tokyo The Prince represented the Queen at the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. He also met Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso and visited the Wales rugby team for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.[1]
13–14 November 2019  India New Delhi, Mumbai On his tenth visit to India, the Prince met President Ram Nath Kovind, attended a remembrance service at the Delhi War Cemetery, visited a Sikh gurdwara and attended meetings in Mumbai.[1][125]
17–23 November 2019  New Zealand Auckland, Waitangi, Paihia, Kerikeri, Tuahiwi, Christchurch, Lincoln On his tenth visit to New Zealand, the Prince and the Duchess toured the North and South islands and met Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges. The Prince also presented a new colour to the Royal New Zealand Air Force on behalf of the Queen, and visited Waitangi Treaty Grounds, the site of Christchurch Cathedral and Christchurch Botanic Gardens.[1]
23–25 November 2019  Solomon Islands Honiara The Prince held an investiture, addressed the Parliament of the Solomon Islands and met Governor-General the Rev David Vunagi and Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare during his visit.[1][126]

2020s

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
12 January 2020  Oman Muscat The Prince paid condolences on behalf of the Queen to Sultan Haitham bin Tariq following the death of the late Sultan, Qaboos bin Said.[1][127]
22 January 2020   Switzerland Davos The Prince attended the World Economic Forum in Davos and met environmental activist Greta Thunberg.[1][128]
22–24 January 2020  Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem The Prince attended the World Holocaust Forum, met with President Reuven Rivlin and visited the tomb of his grandmother, Princess Alice of Greece and Denmark.[1][129]
24 January 2020  Palestine Bethlehem The Prince visited Bethlehem, including the birthplace of Christ, and met with the President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas.[1][130]
4 October 2020  Kuwait Kuwait City The Prince paid condolences on behalf of the Queen to Amir Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah following the death of the late Amir, Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah.[1][131]
14–15 November 2020  Germany Berlin The Prince and the Duchess met President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, laid a wreath at the Neue Wache and attended the central remembrance ceremony on the National Day of Mourning at the Bundestag.[1][132]
24–25 March 2021  Greece Athens The Prince and the Duchess visited Athens to attend events marking the 200th anniversary of the independence of Greece, including a parade in Syntagma Square. They visited the National Art Gallery of Greece and met with President Katerina Sakellaropoulou, who hosted a dinner in their honour at the Presidential Mansion. The Prince also met with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at the Maximos Mansion, and was awarded the Gold Medal of Athens and met senior business leaders to discuss the "Terra Carta" at Athens City Hall.[1][133]
30–31 October 2021  Italy Rome The Prince attended the G20 Summit in Rome and attended a dinner hosted by President Sergio Mattarella at the Quirinale Palace.[1][134]
16–17 November 2021  Jordan Amman, Umm Qais The Prince and the Duchess visited Amman, where they were welcomed by King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan. They also visited the Al-Maghtas archeological site and collected water from the Jordan River, the site were Jesus is believed to have been baptised by John the Baptist.[135]
18–19 November 2021  Egypt Cairo, Giza, Alexandria The Prince and the Duchess were welcomed to Cairo by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and First Lady Entissar Amer. Among the sites and places visited by the couple were the Giza Pyramid Complex, the Great Sphinx of Giza, Al-Azhar Mosque, and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.[136]
29–30 November 2021  Barbados Bridgetown The Prince attended the ceremonies held to mark Barbados's transition into a parliamentary republic, which removed the Queen as their head of state.[137] In a speech delivered at the ceremony, the Prince of Wales acknowledged "the appalling atrocity of slavery" in the Caribbean, adding "it forever stains our history".[138]
24–25 March 2022  Ireland County Waterford, County Tipperary The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the Republic of Ireland as part of the Platinum Jubilee Tour on behalf of the Queen.[139] In County Waterford, they met with Ukrainians residing in Waterford, and His Royal Highness condemned the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.[140] They also visited the Waterford city centre, met with members of the Ukrainian community, toured a selection of museums and learned about the history of Reginald's Tower.[140] In County Tipperary, the couple toured a farmers market in Cahir, and visited Cahir Castle and the Rock of Cashel.[141]
17–19 May 2022  Canada St. John's, Ottawa, Yellowknife, Dettah In St. John's on 17 May, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall participated in moment of reflection and prayer at the Heart Garden with Indigenous leaders and community members, in the spirit of reconciliation.[142] On 18 May, the Prince of Wales was invested as an Extraordinary Commander of the Order of Military Merit by the governor general. The couple later participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the National War Memorial, and met with Canadian Ukrainian organisations and community members. Later, the Prince participated in discussions on employment and sustainability with participants of The Prince's Trust Canada. In the evening, the governor general hosted a reception at Rideau Hall for the couple.[142] RoseAnne Archibald, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, appealed directly to the Prince and asked for an apology from the Queen in her capacity as monarch and head of the Church of England for the wrongful acts committed in the past by the Crown and the church in relation to Indigenous peoples. She said that the Prince "acknowledged" failures by Canadian governments in handling the relationship between the Crown and indigenous people, which she said "really meant something".[143] On 19 May, the couple arrived in Yellowknife and Dettah. In Dettah, they visited a Dene First Nation community. The Prince held discussions with local chiefs and elders, and met local food producers at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. The Duchess visited Kaw Tay Whee School, and later visited a YWCA transitional housing centre for women and their children. Later, the Prince and the Duchess marked the Jubilee at the Ceremonial Circle with a presentation of various plants and flowers that will be included in the Northwest Territories' Platinum Jubilee Garden.[142]
25 May 2022  Romania Bucharest On 25 May 2022, the Prince of Wales travelled to Bucharest and, along with Margareta, Custodian of the Crown of Romania, visited a centre helping Ukrainian refugees displaced by the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.[144]
21–24 June 2022  Rwanda Kigali The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall travelled to Kigali, where the Prince represented the Queen at Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.[145] The couple also visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial and the Prince toured a church outside Kigali where victims of the Rwandan genocide were buried.[146] The Prince told the CHOGM that the decision as to whether to keep the Queen as head of state, or become a republic, were purely a matter for each member country to decide, and suggested that changes can be made "calmly and without rancour".[147] His Royal Highness also expressed "his personal sorrow" at the suffering caused by the slave trade in some of the countries and described acknowledging the wrongs of the past as a necessity for the Commonwealth countries to realise their potential.[148]

As King

Date Country Areas visited Details Host
29–31 March 2023  Germany Berlin, Hamburg Accompanied by the Queen, in Berlin the King attended a state banquet hosted by President Steinmeier. He also became the first British monarch to address the Bundestag. The King met with Ukrainian refugees as well as a joint German/British military unit. In Hamburg, the King lay a wreath at the St. Nicholas Memorial and visited Port of Hamburg to focus on the green energy.[149][150] President Steinmeier[151]
2–6 June 2023  Romania Bucharest, Valea Zălanului, Viscri The King was received at the Cotroceni Palace by President Iohannis, and also travelled to his residences in Valea Zălanului and Viscri. The Queen did not accompany him on the visit to Romania.[152][153] President Iohannis
20–22 September 2023[154]  France Paris, Bordeaux Accompanied by the Queen, the King attended a state banquet hosted by President Macron. He also became the first British monarch to address the French Senate.[149] Initially, they were due to visit France before travelling to Germany, but that trip was postponed because of the 2023 French pension reform strikes.[155] President Macron
31 October–3 November 2023  Kenya Nairobi, Mombasa The King and Queen's programme reflected the ways in which Kenya and the United Kingdom were working together, notably to boost mutual prosperity, tackle climate change, promote youth opportunity and employment, advance sustainable development and create a more stable and secure region.[156] President Ruto
30 November–1 December 2023  United Arab Emirates Dubai The King attended COP28.[157]
6 June 2024  France Normandy The King and Queen attended an event organised by the Ministry of Defence and the Royal British Legion at the British Normandy Memorial to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day.[158][159] President Macron
October 2024  Australia Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales Accompanied by the Queen.[160]
 Samoa The King and Queen will pay a state visit to "celebrate the strong bilateral relationship" between Samoa and the UK.[161] They will also attend CHOGM 2024.[160]

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