The Prince and Princess of Wales are expected to make a public appearance on the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's death.
Kensington Palace is still working on plans to mark Her Late Majesty's passing, but it is understood a public address is unlikely.
The late Queen passed away peacefully on September 8 2022
The late Queen passed away peacefully, aged 96, at 15:10 on September 8 2022 last year at her beloved Balmoral Castle.
Prince William and Princess Catherine will use the opportunity to "look forward" to the future of the monarchy, according to The Mirror.
King Charles and Queen Camilla are expected to mark the day quietly and privately at the royal family's Scottish retreat, but it is thought a private family gathering at the residence is off the table.
It is thought Buckingham Palace does not have any plans for any public events, but public appearances by other working members of the royal family have not been ruled out.
Queen Elizabeth II used to mark her Accession Day privately at Sandringham where her father, King George VI, passed away in February 1952.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to be in Dusseldorf, Germany, the day after the anniversary of the late Queen's death for the start of Prince Harry's Invictus Games.
Prince Harry reportedly has no plans to meet his estranged relatives in the UK in September, despite travelling to Europe anyway for the sporting competition he founded for wounded veterans.
Prince Harry reportedly has no plans to meet his estranged relatives in the UK in September
The King and Queen are expected to travel to Balmoral later this month for their summer holidays.
Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, is expected to follow tradition and accept an invitation to spend time with the royal family for a weekend at their Scottish home.