The Office of the Marshal of the Court is responsible for the Royal Family's official appearances and representation - preparing and conducting state visits, official visits, formal audiences, official dinners, jubilees, and municipality visits and more.
The First Marshal of the Court The Office of the Marshal of the Court is headed by Mats Nilsson, the First Marshal of the Court. Supporting him are a Surveyor of the Court, two Court Secretaries, three Court Assistants and two administrative employees.
Coordination meetings The King and Queen participate in more than 150 official visits each year. Invitations addressed to The King and Queen requesting their attendance at events are coordinated and administrated at the Office of the Marshal of the Court.
The King, Queen and Crown Princess attend regular meetings with the Office of the Marshal of the Court to plan and coordinate the Royal Family's official programme. Coordination is carried out in collaboration with the rest of the Court's administrative departments.