Continuing royal legacy: RPS appoints King Charles as new patron

In a recent announcement, King Charles has agreed to become a patron of the society at Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) following the footsteps of the
late Queen.

Buckingham Palace confirmed the news, marking the first anniversary of the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen.

This prestigious appointment comes after a meticulous evaluation of over 1000 Patronages, previously held by The late Queen, The former Prince of Wales, and The
former Duchess of Cornwall.

The decision underscores His Majesty’s commitment to supporting organisations dedicated to advancing healthcare and patient well-being.

The RPS has a rich history of association with the Royal Family, notably with The late Queen, who served as patron from 1953 until her passing in 2022.