Prince William and Kate Middleton are headed to North America next month and the official schedule was just released for their first trip to the continent together as a royal couple.
Here's the schedule for Kate's first trip across the pond:
The couple arrives in Ottawa on July 1 to celebrate Canada's Independence Day.
Next, they go to Montreal for the annual jazz festival.
On July 3, they head to Quebec City, and then it's off to Prince Edward Island until July 4.
As the U.S. celebrates Independence Day (from Britain) on July 4, the Royals stay clear of the fervor and head to Yellowknife, the capital of the Northwest Territories.
The pair wraps up their tour of Canada in Calgary on July 6 & 7 and then heads across the border to Los Angeles, Will and Kate's only stop in the U.S, on July 8.
On their first day in the States, the twosome will meet technology entrepreneurs at the Beverly Hilton hotel and spend some time with prominent California politicians.
Saturday, July 9 kicks off with a Santa Barbara based charity polo match where the Prince plays and Kate hands out prizes.
William is the president of BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) and he will attend a black tie gala dinner on Saturday night at L.A.'s Belasco Theatre in support of the organization.
Sunday, day three of their U.S. tour, is more serious with charity work coming to the fore. It begins at Tusk USA, an organization that raises money for African wildlife. Then, it's over to Inner-City Arts, a local program focusing on using art to help disadvantaged and homeless children. Their final event is for military veterans and families at Sony Pictures Studios.
While the couple is sure to be photographed together across the continent, the Royals will not be coming alone. They'll travel with an entourage of seven schedulers and assistants, and the palace has taken measures to ensure the Duchess will look her best while dashing across the continent and hob-nobbing with Hollywood royalty!