Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s next joint engagement has just been announced by Kensington Palace.

On Friday, Feb. 1, the royal couple will head to Bristol to visit the theater Bristol Old Vic and boxing gym Empire Fighting Chance. While there, Markle and Prince Harry will be meeting members of the public and will learn more about the city’s rich natural history. They will also visit organizations supporting the communities that are most in need.

A week later, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the Endeavor Fund Awards, which celebrates the achievements of wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women in sporting and adventure challenges. Last year, Markle and Prince Harry also graced the event.

Meanwhile, the “Suits” alum also has to scheduled solo engagements next week. On Wednesday, she will visit the National Theater and she will also visit the Association of Commonwealth Universities on Thursday. The visits will be done to commemorate Markle’s new role as the patron of the two charities.

Markle, who is 6 months pregnant with her first child, is not showing any signs of slowing down. In fact, it seems that she will continue her royal duties until right before she gives birth in the Spring.

But Markle’s hard work will most likely pay off because there are rumors that her maternity leave may also be 6 months longer than Kate Middleton’s royal break. This is because the Duchess of Cambridge started her maternity leave much earlier than Markle may be planning to.

Royal expert Russell Myers told ITV that the length of the Duchess’ maternity leave will all depend on her preference. ITV’s royal editor Chris Ship also said that Markle’s decision to keep up with her royal duties suggests that she doesn’t want to hang about.

Prior to her trip to Birkenhead earlier this month, Markle was asked if she wanted to postpone the visit, but she said no.