Princess Benedikte of Denmark has been visiting Northampton to mark the strong trade links between her country and the town.
Prince Andrew was in Norfolk on Wednesday to mark the 100th anniversary of the Norwich Sea Cadets.
The Duchess of Cambridge has won a rousing reception for her first public speech delivered in Suffolk.
The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived at the Treehouse Hospice in Ipswich where she will give her first public speech since becoming a royal. She was greeted by crowds of children who'd waited all morning for her to arrive.
Kate will be shown around the hospice and meet children and their families who receive care and support from East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH), before making her first public address at about 11.30am.
The Duchess of Cambridge will make her first public speech in Ipswich when she visits one of her charities, East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
Kate will address the organisation's staff, supporters and the families of children with life-threatening conditions who are supported and cared for by the charity which works across Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.
She is royal patron of the charity and visited it privately last autumn when researching which good causes she wanted to support.
The Duke of York is to visit the "new look" Northampton College, later this month.
Prince Andrew will open the improved campus on March 20th.
He'll also visit other organisations in the town as part of his visit.
The Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Ipswich on 19 March to look at the work carried out by East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
She has recently become Royal Patron of the charity. She will tour a new sensory room and meet children and their families who receive care and support from the hospice.
Prince Charles is known for his organic biscuits and ice cream created at his Duchy Estate, but stallholders in Great Yarmouth have been seeing if they could tempt him with a stick of rock.
The Prince gamely tried some of the traditional seaside fare, before continuing to meet shoppers and stallholders as part of his day in Norfolk.