Kate Middleton, Prince William

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Anybody have a maternity kilt?!

Kate Middleton and Prince William are headed to Glasgow, Scotland, Apr. 4 and 5, St. James's Palace announced Thursday.

The royal parents-to-be, known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, will visit the Emirates Arena, an athletic stadium. There, Kate and Will will watch cyclers in a practice session and view demonstrations of netball and badminton.

After that, Will and Kate will tour the Quarriers Stopover Project, a charity helping young homeless people. The charity provides short-term housing for 14 people between the ages of 16 and 25 who find themselves homeless.

The royal couple will also visit the Donald Dewar Leisure Centre to launch a new Scottish project, Coach Core, for The Royal Foundation. Prince Harry is partnering with Glasgow Sport and the Hunter Foundation to help inspire and train the next generation of young sports coaches.

Kate and Will will also accompany the Duke of Rotheseay (aka Prince Charles!) to open the new Tamar Manoukian Outdoor Centre at Dumfries House. At Dumfries House, a historic mansion Charles has helped rejuvenate and reopen, the royal trio will be greeted by children from the uniformed youth services represented by Youth United.

Lastly, the duo will visit the offices of BAE Systems Maritime, where submarines for the U.K. Royal Navy are designed, built, tested and commissioned.

That's quite a trip!

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