With just under two weeks to go until the Duke and Duchess of Sussex embark on their royal tour of Australia, Fiji and New Zealand, Kensington Palace has revealed the couple's itinerary. And it's safe to say the pair will be incredibly busy – with a fortnight of engagements across the three countries.
So what will the royal couple get up to?
Harry and Meghan will be doing everything from cuddling koalas, to meeting inspiring volunteers in the community, while in Australia.
Highlights will include visiting Taronga Zoo, to open the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning, as well as meeting two koalas and their joeys as part of the Zoo's breeding programme.
The couple will also visit Sydney Opera House, to view a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 by the Bangarra Dance Theatre, and also attend a picnic at Victoria Park, as well as a school working to improve the education outcomes of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
They'll also meet a number of inspiring people in the community, including ambassadors from the This Girl Can campaign, the Royal Flying Doctor Service, and farmers who are facing hardship during the New South Wales drought.
The couple will also visit a social enterprise cafe which offers leadership, mentoring and training programmes for young Aboriginal people, as well as Bondi Beach to meet a local surfing community group.
While in Australia they'll also attend the Invictus Games, watching sports including cycling and sailing, before heading to Fraser Island. While here, the pair will participate in a traditional Welcome to Country Smoking Ceremony, and meet local elders and national park rangers.
Upon arrival, Harry and Meghan will participate in a ceremony, known as the Veirqaraqaravi Vakavanua.
They'll also attend a State Dinner hosted by The President of Fiji, as well as laying a wreath at the Fiji War Memorial, and meet a number of Fijian war veterans.
Harry and Meghan will briefly split while in Fiji, Harry will travel to Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, while the Duchess will attend a morning tea to hear more about a UN Women's project, 'Markets for Change.'
While in Fiji, the Duke and Duchess will also meet Princess Angelika Latufuipeka and King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu, as well as Prime Minister S. Akilisi Pohiva.
The Duke and Duchess will then travel to Tupou College, which is the oldest secondary school in the Pacific, and there they will dedicate two forest reserves at the school's on-site forest, the Toloa Forest Reserve, to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.
As part of the final leg of their trip, Harry and Meghan will attend a traditional welcome ceremony, where they will be invited to hongi (a traditional Maori greeting in which people press their noses together) with the Governor-General’s Kuia and Kaumātua (Māori elders).
While in New Zealand they will also ay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, and will visit the newly unveiled UK War Memorial. They'll also attend a reception celebrating the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand.
The Duke and Duchess will also visit one of Wellington’s most iconic cafes to meet young people from a number of mental health projects. They'll also visit Abel Tasman National Park, which will include a trail walk, a barbecue lunch and tree planting.
Meghan and Harry will also have the opportunity to meet children who have a parent in prison, supported by the charity Pillars, as well as young people who are making significant contributions to the wellbeing of their communities, as a reception.
The pair will also get to name two young kiwi chicks Rainbow Springs, and take a tree walk at the Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua.
Phew – and we're exhausted just looking at !