2017 was a busy year for The Royal Family. As well as the usual ceremonial events, happy announcements were made and exciting new initiatives were set out too.
Members of The Royal Family carried out engagements all over the UK and there were several visits overseas.
Buckingham Palace was also busy, welcoming over 120,000 people over the course of the year to attend garden parties, investitures, receptions, dinners and lunches to acknowledge their achievements and contributions.
Here's a look back at 2017:
The Queen meets Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Edinburgh
Members of the Royal Family joined commemorations to mark the anniversary of one of the bloodiest battles of the First World War
This was the first time Their Royal Highnesses have attended the event, held each August in the Scottish capital.
The White Garden for Diana, Princess of WalesThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry visit the Sunken Garden in Kensington Palace, which has been transformed into a special White Garden dedicated to The Princess. Their Royal Highness met representatives from charities supported by Diana, the Princess of Wales.
Prince George's first day at school
As a member of the International Olympic Committee, The Princess attended the IOC Session Lima, visited the International Potato Centre and attended a recepton for the Amazon Hope Medical Project, operated by the charity, The Vine Trust – to which the Princess is Patron.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex attend The Sultan of Brunei's Golden Jubilee celebrations
The Queen named The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment's new drummer horse Perseus.