We're now only 39 days away from the royal wedding, and RadarOnline.com has brand new pics of Prince William visiting several towns in Northeast Victoria, Australia on Monday, where he greeted locals while surveying the area, which is still reeling from flooding and cyclones.
The handsome royal attended a barbeque in Murrabit where he played with school kids and chatted with community leaders. The royal family remains extremely popular down under, as Australia used to be a British colony.
In Kerang, schoolchildren -- some wearing homemade tiaras and waving signs -- lined the streets to greet the prince. At one point, William made a passable attempt at kicking an Australian Rules Football.
Despite his big day just around the corner, Prince William has been a busy fellow, having also visited Wales, Scotland, North Ireland and New Zealand in the past month, following in the footsteps of his late mother Princess Diana, who was known for her tirelessness in philanthropic causes.
Prince William and his bride-to-be Kate Middleton met while attending Scotland's St. Andrew's University back in 2001. They’ll be getting married April 29, 2011 at the historic English church Westminster Abbey.