These brothers are keeping busy!
Kensington Palace announced on Friday that Prince Harry will visit and officially open the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London on Oct. 17.
According to a palace press release, the redheaded royal will be given a tour of the Centre, during which he will view three demonstrations in the laboratories: the effects of simulated blast impacts on cells; how the simulation of blast shockwaves can be used for research; and the simulation of an under vehicle explosion.
Harry is also expected to give a short speech during a reception following the tour.
The goals of the Centre are to increase understanding about blast injury patterns, improve treatments and recovery and develop better ways of protecting those serving in current and future conflicts.
As for Harry's sibling Prince William, he will be hosting a football (aka soccer) match at Buckingham Palace on Oct. 7.
The Duke of Cambridge actually helped organize the game between two of England's oldest amateur clubs, Civil Service FC and Polytechnic FC. The event is part of The Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations.
Meanwhile, Harry was spotted touching down in Sydney, Australia, today.
On Saturday, Oct. 5, the 29-year-old will attend the International Fleet Review, where he will embark upon the HMAS Leeuwin ship with Governor-General of Australia Quentin Bryce, Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, who is currently the Chief of Navy.
Harry will later attend a reception hosted by the prime minister at Kirribilli House, Sydney, and is also expected to visit Perth.