Get ready, [parts of the] world: Prince Harry's coming your way!
Sadly, the redheaded royal won't be returning to the United States anytime soon for an official visit, but he will be traveling to Estonia and Italy in May, followed by visits to Brazil and Chile in June, Kensington Palace announced Friday. Both trips are in support of the U.K. government and are being organized by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
So what will Cressida Bonas' man be doing on his royal visits around the globe? In Estonia, per a press release from the palace, Harry will thank the Estonian Defense Forces for their support of the British troops in Afghanistan. Then, in Italy, he'll attend commemorative events for the Italian campaign in WWII, focusing on the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Monte Cassino, which is the collective term for four battles that took place between January and May 1944 during which Italy fighting with allied troops from the U.K., Poland, Canada, France, India, New Zealand and America.
The following month, Harry's visit to Brazil and Chile is designed to enhance the partnership between these countries and the U.K., and build on the relationships he forged during his official visit to the former country in March 2012. This will be Harry's second visit to Brazil and his first visit to both Estonia and Chile. He has previously visited Italy on one occasion, but privately when he was a child.
The exact dates of Harry's royal tour have yet to be announced, but per Hello!, some sources are speculating he will be in Brazil for the part of the FIFA World Cup which runs June 12 to July 13.
If this is true, somehow we think Harry will find a way to catch a match in between hobnobbing with the bigwigs in Brazil!