Meghan Markle, Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will have their first joint engagement for the year next week. Pictured: Markle, Prince Harry depart after the Royal Family's traditional Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, eastern England, on December 25, 2018. Getty Images/Paul Ellis/AFP

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first joint engagement for the month of January has just been announced.

On Jan. 14, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take part in a number of meetings with community organizations in Birkenhead. The royal couple will travel to Wirral on next week to touch base with a number of organizations that support and empower groups within the local community.

Prince Harry and Markle will also visit Tomorrow’s Women Wirral, an organization that supports women in vulnerable circumstances. While there, the couple will listen to some of the women who will share stories about their experiences.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will also visit the Hive, Wirral Youth Zone, created by the charity OnSide Youth Zones, which is developing the 21st-century youth facilities across the United Kingdom. The Hive aims to promote a safe environment for young people to help them build their key skills and help raise their aspirations and confidence.

Prince Harry and Markle will also meet the members of the public in Hamilton Square when they watch the unveiling of a new sculpture to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Birkenhead war poet Wilfred Owen.

Other than the couple’s first joint engagement next week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will also be preoccupied with their solo outings. Prince Harry is scheduled to attend the winter war-games in Norway this month. The soon-to-be dad will show his support to the elite British troops as they practice a massive mock counterattack against Russia.

The upcoming winter war-games is said to be one of Britain’s biggest Arctic military exercises in 20 years.

Markle, on the other hand, has just been given her first patronage by Queen Elizabeth II. The “Suits” alum is now the patron of the National Theater. She is expected to meet with the heads of the organization sometime this month.

The Duchess of Sussex has also vowed to work as close to her due date as possible so royal fans may still have the chance to see her until next month. Markle is expected to give birth in the Spring of 2019.