Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry are journeying across the world for their first royal tour.
While Harry and Meghan have already been on a number of official visits together, this is the first time the two are touring.
There has been no date yet set down by Kensington Palace, but the tour will coincide with the Invictus Games’ fourth debut.
This means that the couple will be in Australia between October 20 – 27, while the games are running.
Where will Harry and Meghan go?
The newlywed Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Australia and New Zealand – where the Queen is still head of state.
They are also expected to visit the countries of Fiji and Tonga while they are over in the Pacific region.
Kensington Palace have released a statement for the latest royal tour.
They said: “Their Royal Highnesses have been invited to visit the Realms of Australia and New Zealand by the countries’ respective governments.
“The Duke and Duchess will visit the Commonwealth countries of Fiji and Tonga at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.”
While the couple are attending the games, many will remember the couple’s first public appearance together at the 2017 games in Canada.
The distance from the UK means that they are likely to stay down under for more than a week.
What will Harry and Meghan do on tour?
Kensington Palace is yet to reveal the full itinerary for the couple, but is expected to do so as the event nears.
However, the Invictus Games could prove to be the most important event that the couple attend this year.
Rubbing noses with the rich and famous isn’t always a part of an official royal visit, but this year the couple will receive David and Victoria Beckham, Princess Mary of Denmark and her husband Prince Frederik.
David Beckham will be joining in his capacity as an ambassador for the games, accompanied by his wife Victoria, and children Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 16, Cruz, 13 and seven year old Harper.
The games, founded by Prince Harry, are for sick and wounded soldiers to participate in a number of athletic events.
Princess Mary of Denmark, who is Australian, is to make her second visit to Australia as a royal for the event, having last year spent a Summer holiday down under with her husband and four children.
Most attention is likely to be on Meghan Markle as the tour debuts, as this will be her first since joining the royal ranks.
Likely to last a couple of weeks, the tour will be a valuable measuring stick for how well Meghan has managed to fit in during the last few months.