It’s been a busy year for the Royal Family already, but with the summer approaching, who has worked the most days this year so far?
You might not be surprised to learn that Princess Anne is way ahead of the other senior royals, with 73 days of duties notched up already, according to Hello magazine.
The Queen’s only daughter also worked more than 180 separate days in 2018, according to The Telegraph, making her the hardest working royal for last year.
The Princess Royal, 68, is involved with over 300 charities, organisations and military regiments in the UK and overseas.
The older royals are leading the way so far with Prince Charles having worked 58 days, followed by wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall on 42.
The Duke of York is next with 37 days worked.
The Duke of Sussex is leading the way for the younger royals with 33 days worked, followed by the Duke of Cambridge at 31.
The Duchess of Cambridge has carried out 25 days of work, while the Duchess of Sussex has completed 16.
Meghan, 37, went on maternity leave in March ahead of the birth of her baby son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. She is not expected to return to her royal duties until the autumn.
The Queen, 93, who is said to have cut back on her royal duties, has notched up 28 days of engagements so far this year.
Which royal has worked the most days in 2019?
Princess Anne - 73
Prince Charles - 58
Duchess of Cornwall - 42
Duke of York - 37
Duke of Sussex - 33
Duke of Cambridge - 31
Earl of Wessex - 30
The Queen - 28
Duchess of Cambridge - 25
Duchess of Sussex - 16