Well, brace yourselves, everyone, because the pomp, circumstance, fanfare and stylish snapshots are going to be back with a vengeance this fall, as it was announced this morning that Kate and Wills are heading back out on another globetrotting adventure, once again in the jolly good name of Queen Elizabeth II.
As part of the seemingly never-ending Jubilee Tour, honoring the queen's 60 years on the throne, St. James' Palace today confirmed that the duke and duchess will be heading out in September, this time bound for an entirely different part of the world.
This leg of their journey will begin on Sept. 11, when the royal duo will touch down in Singapore for two days. From there, they're in for the now-requisite whirlwind of activity and location-hopping, and will head to Malaysia Sept. 13-15, the Solomon Islands Sept. 16-18, and Tuvalu until Sept. 19 before making their way back to England.
Exact details on what the royals will be getting up to during their latest trip, as well as a more precise itinerary (down to the minute, if the past is anything to go by) will be released in the coming months as their departure date nears.
All told, it's the second trip the couple will take together on behalf of the monarch, as last June they memorably took North America by storm. Prince Harry got in on the jubilant action earlier this year, completing his 10-day excursion to the Caribbean and South America back in March.
—Reporting by Melanie Bromley