Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are slated for a busy royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji next month.
Kensington Palace has announced the couple’s agenda for the couple’s visit, which lasts from October 16 to October 31, and it reveals 17 straight days of engagements and activities focusing on “youth leadership, environmental and conservation efforts – including the dedication of several new Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy projects.”
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A highlight of their trip will also be the Invictus Games, which runs from October 20-27 in Sydney. Prince Harry is a patron of the competition, which features wounded and injured servicemen and servicewomen from across the globe. He and Meghan actually made their public debut as a couple during last year’s installment of the games in Toronto, Markle’s residence at the time.
See their full schedule below:
- Tuesday, 10/16: Sydney, Australia
- Wednesday, 10/17: Dubbo, Australia
- Thursday, 10/18: Melbourne, Australia
- Friday, 10/19: Sydney, Australia
- Saturday, 10/20: Sydney, Australia
- Sunday, 10/21: Sydney, Australia
- Monday, 10/22: Fraser Island, Australia
- Tuesday, 10/23: Suva, Fiji
- Wednesday, 10/24: Suva Fiji
- Thursday, 10/25: Nadi, Fiji and Nuku’alofa, Tonga
- Friday, 10/26: Nuku’alofa, Tonga, and Sydney Australia
- Saturday, 10/27: Sydney Australia
- Sunday, 10/28: Wellington, New Zealand
- Monday, 10/29: Wellington and Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand
- Tuesday, 10/30: Auckland, New Zealand
- Wednesday, 10/31: Rotorua, New Zealand
This isn’t the Sussexes’ first trip outside of England since getting married in May. Over the summer, the duo took a two-day visit to Ireland, which included meeting Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, meeting President Michael Higgins, and attending a garden party at the British ambassador’s residence in Dublin.
More details on the Duke and Duchess’ Australian tour will be announced in the coming weeks.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.