For 2022, Princess Anne will retain the title of hardest-working royal

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  • Princess Anne has been named as the most difficult working royal of 2022

  • 72-year-old Princess Royal has attended 214 engagements, the most by any royal this year. King Charles closely follows, with 181 engagements.

  • For three consecutive years, the Queen’s second-oldest child was named the most hardworking royal. She logged 387 engagements last year.

  • Find out more about how other members are contributing to the success of the Royal Family Compare

For 2022, Princess Anne was named the most hardworking royal. (Getty Images)

Next to Queen Elizabeth II, it’s long been known that Princess Anne One of the most hardworking members of the Royal Family.

After attending a record 214 engagements, the 72-year-old has been named the most hardworking royal for 2022.

According to data from The Court CircularThe official record of all royal engagements in the past, which was compiled by Reboot SEO CompanyKing Charles III was ranked as the second-most hardworking Royal Family member. He attended 181 engagements this calendar year.

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The Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, came in third and fourth respectively, with Edward attending 143 engagements and Sophie attending 138.

William, Prince of Wales was fifth with 126 engagements this year. Camilla, Queen Consort was sixth with 102 engagements.

The Royal Family’s hardest-working members for 2022

  1. Princess Anne, 214.

  2. King Charles III, 181

  3. Prince Edward, Earl and Lady of Wessex.

  4. Sophie, Countess Of Wessex. 138

  5. William, Prince Of Wales, 126

  6. Camilla, Queen Consort. 102

  7. Duke of Gloucester, 100

  8. Duchess of Gloucester, 94.4

  9. Catherine, Princesse of Wales, 90

  10. Duke of Kent, 78

  11. Princess Alexandra, 44

Kate, Princess Of Wales, was at number nine. She had attended 90 engagements in 2022. She was eighth and seventh respectively, after the Duke and Duchesss of Gloucester, who attended 100 engagements and 94 in 2022.

Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales wears a red coat and stands in front of a snow covered Christmas tree with fairy lights. (Getty Images)

In 2022, 90 engagements were attended by the Princess of Wales. (Getty Images)

The Duke of Kent, who attended 78 engagements in his 10th year, and Princess Alexandra, 11th, were the final two Royal Family members to be added.

November was Anne’s busiest month for engagements, attending 30 engagements across the month which equates to one per day. August, which is often a month of holidays for the Royal Family, was Anne’s busiest month. She attended just four engagements.

Anne was also named hardest-working Royal Family member in 2021 when she attended 387 engagements over the course of the year. She also had the most engagements, in 2016 and 2015, as well as 2000, 2018 and 2015. King Charles, then Prince Charles, logged the most engagements in 2017 and 2014.

King Charles III and Princess Anne laugh as they sit next to each other. (Getty Images)

King Charles III was named the second-most hardworking royal in 2022. (Getty Images)

In June, to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Buckingham Palace revealed that Queen Elizabeth II carried out more than 21,000 engagements across her 70-year reign.

The Queen’s final engagement took place just two days before her death in September this year, when she received incoming (and now former) prime minister Liz Truss on 6 September at her Balmoral Estate in Scotland.

Her Majesty died from old age on August 8th, with Anne and King Charles by her side.

Watch: King Charles asks Parliament to make Prince Edward and Princess Anne Counsellors of the State

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