Discussion topic: Sara Crewe from A Little Princess
Etiquette lesson: The importance of thank you notes
11am - Philanthropy Day! We all know that charity work plays a huge role in the life of a princess. The princesses will volunteer their time to one of several royal charities in London by hand-delivering flowers and cookies to a children’s hospital or nursing home. 2pm - Afternoon tea at the luxurious Soho Hotel. The princesses will perch upon velvet sofas in the hotel’s opulent drawing room for one of the most elegant tea services in the capital - including finger sandwiches, scones, and mini pastries. Perfect for practicing the etiquette and table manners they have learned throughout the week.
Etiquette lessons: Pouring and serving tea properly, how to walk with book (or crown!) on your head
6pm - Finally we head back to PP HQ, where the princesses will dress for dinner. 7:30pm - A freshly prepared gourmet Dinner is served by Jeeves.
Etiquette lesson: Meeting royalty – how to behave with the Queen and royal family (including how to curtsey)
9pm - Princesses are encouraged to write a journal entry in their royal scrapbook, including at least one princess lesson they have learned, before settling down with a royal book or watching that evening’s princess movie.
Movie: The Prince and Me
Midnight Lights out.
9:30am - Continental Breakfast
Discussion topic: Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth I)
Etiquette lesson: good grooming
11am - Visit to Hampton Court Palace, former residence of Henry VIII. The princesses will tour the King’s and Queen’s apartments along with the fascinating Tudor kitchens 1pm - Lunch in the Palace Café. 2pm - The princesses will explore the exquisitely manicured pleasure gardens and play in the world-famous hedge maze.
5pm - Head back to PP HQ, where the princesses will dress for the theatre! 6pm - Pre-theatre dinner is served by Jeeves.
Discussion topic: Our favourite princesses
Etiquette lesson: Manners at the theatre
7:30pm - A night at the theatre. All royals are passionate patrons of the arts. On their last evening in London, the princesses will see a West End musical (Oliver, Mary Poppins, The Lion King, Legally Blonde, Wicked, etc)
10pm - Princesses are encouraged to write a final journal entry in their royal scrapbook, including at least one princess lesson they have learned Midnight Lights out.
9:30am - Continental Breakfast. Emails and addresses are exchanged. 10:30am - Princesses are chauffeured to the airport and safely escorted onto each flight home.