Prince Harry is heading Down Under next month on an official trip, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced Monday.
During his trip, the young royal will attend the International Fleet Review in Sydney to mark the centenary of the first entry of the Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet into Sydney.
“I look forward to joining Prince Harry during his time in Australia,” the prime minister said in a release. “He will be an honoured visitor to our country and we look forward to welcoming him.”
Harry was previously in Australia in 2003 for his gap year – the year between high school and post-secondary education when students are encouraged to volunteer – but this will be his first official solo trip to the country.
This trip to Australia begs the question: When is he going to take an official trip to Canada?