Appearances Totals, 2014

This page is a list of all of Kate’s appearances, both official and unofficial.  Her appearances are broken up into ten different categories.  The categories and descriptions are:

Royal Family Appearances(2) – appearances with/for the Royal Family.
Royal Duty Appearances(20) – appearances to/for events/places that are not related to any of Kate’s charities.
Charity Appearances(10) – appearances with/for Kate’s charities as Patron.
Court Circular (No Press) Appearances(5) – visits the Court Circular claims Kate did, but we don’t get to see.
Non-Court Circular Appearances(4) – appearances such as Christmas, where they are officially photographed outings but not counted in the Court Circular.
BS Court Circular “Appearances”(10/7) – departing and landing at airports are counted as official engagements by the Court Circular, so I feel they should be listed here so that the numbers match at the end of the year; however these are BS things that I would not count if it were me.
Foreign Appearances(59) – foreign tours and other trips abroad.
Out and About– Kate out and about in the UK that we know of.
Shopping Trips– shopping trips that we know of.
Vacations– vacations that we know of.
Appearances Kate dropped out of (15) – appearances Kate dropped out of due to her battle with “hyperemesis gravidarum”.

Kate’s Appearances Totals 2014:

Royal Family Appearances (2):
1)      June 14:               Trooping the Color
2)      June 16:               Order of the Garter ceremony.

Royal Duty Appearances (20):
1)      February 17:       Royal Reception for the Dramatic Arts at Buckingham Palace.
2)      March 17:            St. Patrick’s Day event for the Irish Guards at Aldershot.
3)      May 29:                Visit to Scotland (4) – Strathearn Community Campus; MacRosty Park; Famous Grouse Distillery; Forteviot Fete.
4)      June 10:               America’s Cup bid launch at National Maritime Museum.
5)      June 10:               Buckingham Palace Garden Party.
6)      June 18:               Bletchley Park.
7)      July 5:                   Tour de France (3) – started race; visited West Tanfield; handed out awards after race.
8) July 28: Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
9) July 29: Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
10) August 5: Tower of London poppy installation.
11) October 21: Singapore State Visit (3): Met President and Wife at hotel; drove with them to Horse Guards Parade; Carriage procession to Buckingham Palace.
12) November 8: Valero Pembroke Refinery in Pembroke, Wales.
13) November 8: Wales v. Australia Rugby Match in Cardiff, Wales.
14) November 9: Remembrance Sunday.
15) November 13: Royal Variety Performance.

Charity Appearances (10):
1)      February 11:       National Portrait Gallery, Portrait Gala.
2)      February 14:       ICAP Art Room opening at Northolt High School.
3)      July 1:                  M-PACT Plus viewing at Blessed Sacrament School in Islington.
4) July 29: SportsAid reception in Glasgow (during the Commonwealth Games).
5) October 21: Natural History Museum, Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards.
6) October 23: Action on Addiction Autumn Gala.
7) November 12: SportsAid athlete workshop.
8) November 19: Place2Be Wellbeing in Schools Awards.
9) November 25: EACH Norfolk hospice appeal launch.
10) December 16: Beaver Scout Group Meeting

Court Circular (No Press) Appearances (5):
1)      March 17:            Chairman’s Dinner at Buckingham Palace as Patron of Royal Foundation.
2)      May 30:                Royal Charities Forum at Natural History Museum.
3)      June 23:               Reception to mark work of Royal Foundation at Kensington Palace.
4)      June 30:               Place2Be conference at Royal Society of Medicine.
5) December 18: Royal Foundation Board Meeting

Non-Court Circular Appearances (4):
1)      July 2:                    Wimbledon.
2)      July 6:                    Wimbledon.
3) November 9: Remembrance Sunday.
4) December 25: Christmas walk

BS Court Circular “Appearances” (10/7):
1)      April 5:                  Departed from Heathrow Airport.
2)      April 7:                  Arrived at Wellington International Airport.
3)      April 16:                Departed from New Zealand and Arrived in Australia.
4)      April 25:                Departed from Canberra International Airport.
5)      April 26:                Arrived at Heathrow Airport.
6)      June 6:                  Departed from Royal Air Force Northolt for France.
7)      June 6:                  Arrived at Royal Air Force Northolt from France.
8) August 4: Arrived at Royal Air Force Northolt from Belgium.
9) December 9: departed from John F. Kennedy Airport, New York, for UK
10) December 10: arrived at Heathrow Airport, London, from USA

Foreign Appearances (59):
1)      April 7:                Kate lands in NZ and attends ceremonial welcome at Government House.
2)      April 9:                Kate attends meet-and-greet with NZ parents.
3)      April 10:               Blenhiem War Memorial.
4)      April 10:               Omaka Aviation Heritage Center.
5)      April 10:               State Reception at Government House.
6)      April 11:               Royal New Zealand Air Force Base.
7)      April 11:               Sailing race in Auckland Harbor.
8)      April 12:               Rainbow Place, Children’s Hospice.
9)      April 12:               Cambridge War Memorial.
10)   April 12:                Opened the Avantidrome.
11)   April 13:                Church.
12)   April 13:                Rippa rugby.
13)   April 13:                Wine tasting.
14)   April 13:                Shotover Jet ride.
15)   April 14:                Traditional welcome at Christchurch City Council Building
16)   April 14:                CTV Building Memorial Park
17)   April 14:                Cricket
18)   April 14:                Botanic Gardens
19)   April 14:                Wigram Air Force Museum
20)   April 16:                Royal New Zealand Police College
21)   April 16:                Visited Civic Square
22)   April 16:                Left New Zealand, were received by people at Sydney arrival
23)   April 16:                Reception at Sydney Opera House
24)   April 17:                Blue Mountains, Girl Guides
25)   April 17:                Lunch with firefighters
26)   April 17:                Echo Point/Three Sisters
27)   April 18:                Royal Easter Show
28)   April 18:                Bear Cottage Children’s Hospice
29)   April 18:                Manly Beach
30)   April 19:                Royal Australian Air Force Base
31)   April 19:                Reception at Brisbane Convention Center
32)   April 20:                Easter service
33)   April 20:                Taronga Zoo
34)   April 22:                National Indigenous Training Academy
35)   April 22:                Uluru Cultural Center
36)   April 22:                Visited Uluru
37)   April 23:                Northern Sound System
38)   April 23:                Reception at Playford Civic Center
39)   April 24:                National Arboretum
40)   April 24:                Reception at Parliament House
41)   April 24:                National Portrait Gallery
42)   April 24:                Reception at Government House
43)   April 25:                Dawn ceremony for ANZAC day
44)   April 25:                ANZAC day service
45)   April 25:                Departed Australia

46)   June 6:                  France for D-Day (2) – reception for veterans; service of remembrance.

47) August 4: Belgium for WWI commemorations (5) – ceremony at Cointe Interallied Memorial; lunch at Prince-Bishops’ Palace; visit to Mons Town Hall; reception at St. Symphorien Cemetery; commemoration ceremony at St. Symphorien Cemetery.

48) December 7: Arrival in NY and private dinner
49) December 8: Northside Center for Child Development
50) December 8: Lunch given by Her Majesty’s Consul-General for New York
51) December 8: Dinner followed by the Brooklyn Nets Game at the Barclays Center
52) December 9: World Trade Center and Museum
53) December 9: Creativity is GREAT Reception at Neuehouse
54) December 9: University of St. Andrews 600th anniversary Appeal

Out and About:
1)      February 13:       Kate walking George and Lupo in Kensington Park.
2)      March 1:              Kate and Will night out to Bunga Bunga.
3)      March 3:              Retirement party for Sir Marcus Setchell.
4)      March 29:            Lucy Meade/Charlie Budgett wedding in Gloucestersire.
5)      May 30:                Kate attends cousin’s wedding at Dorchester Hotel.
6)      June 15:               Kate watches Will’s polo match (with George).
7) June 27: Kate took George to the Bucklebury Farm Park.
8)      July 2:                   Sensational Butterflies visit to take George’s birthday photos.
9)      July 22:                 Kate takes George swimming at Buckingham Palace.
10)      July 26:                 Kate and William attend wedding at Batcombe church.
11) End of July: Kate took George for a walk in the park.
12) August 28: Kate and William went out to dinner in Norfolk.
13) August 29: Kate and William take the train.

Shopping Trips:
1)      January 7:            Kate went shopping in London’s Sloane Square.
2)      March 27:            Kate was seen shopping at Zara.
3)      March 30:            Kate went shopping at the Gap for baby clothes.
4) August 10: Kate went shopping in Bicester village.
5) November 7: Kate went shopping at Peter Jones for kitchen stuff.
6) November 27: Kate went shopping in Holt, Norfolk for antiques.

Vacations:
1)      Last week of January: Kate took George to Mustique with Middletons.
2)      Second week of March: Kate and William vacation in the Maldives without George.
3) Last week of October: Kate, Will, and George vacation at Balmoral in Scotland.

Appearances Kate dropped out of (7 days, 15 events total):
1) September 8: Oxford
2) September 10: Invictus Games opening ceremony
3) September 11: Invictus Games event
4) September 20: Malta Day 1 – five events
5) September 21: Malta Day 2 – five events
6) October 1: Art Room opening
7) October 13: America’s Cup team headquarters with Sir Ben Ainslie

Special thanks to Lady Blue Ribbon for the assist.