Mark your calendars!
Prince William and Kate Middleton have added two more events to their already busy fall schedule. Just days after their 3-month-old son Prince George was christened in London, a palace spokesperson announced that the royal couple will be making a handful of official appearances in the coming weeks.
On Thursday, Nov. 7, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 31, will meet with London Poppy Day supporters at Kensington Palace. Their Royal Highnesses will mingle with staff and volunteers from the organization to celebrate the holiday, which commemorates the end of World War I in 1918.
Prince William will fly solo two days later when he attends the Autumn International rugby match between Wales and South Africa. The teams will vie for the Prince William Cup at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
During that engagement, the future King of England—a patron of the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust and a vice patron of the Welsh Rugby Union—will also meet with injured former players who are beneficiaries of the organization. After watching the afternoon match, Prince William will chat up the captains and coaches of the Wales Under 20, Under 18, women's and sevens squads.