Unlike Harry and his bride Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge aren't heading to California. Instead, they are opting for to return to the tiny Scottish town where they met and fell in love.
William and Kate are gearing up to go on their 7-day tour, which was strangely announced on the same day as his brother and Meghan's 3rd wedding anniversary.
Interestingly enough, William and Kate won't be flying to Scotland together.
Instead, the 39-year-old dad of three will head out on Friday and his wife will join him after the weekend on Monday.
Despite including some pleasure -- like visiting the couple's alma mater, the University of St. Andrews -- the couple's Scotland trip will mostly consist of business.
William is set to reprise his role as lord high commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
They are also scheduled to visit with students of the university to discuss life following the pandemic.
Kensington Palace's timing surrounding the announcement of William and Kate's trip raised several eyebrows.
That's because they waited to reveal the news on Wednesday, the same day as Harry and Meghan's anniversary.
They weren't the only royal family members who decided to ignore and outshine Harry and Meghan's special day.
Princess Beatrice is pregnant with her first baby, which the palace proudly announced early this morning. No one from the royal family has publically addressed Harry and Meghan's third wedding anniversary.
This will no doubt give Harry more ammo as he continues to defy his family.
Fans are preparing for Harry to spill the tea in his upcoming Apple TV+ show with Oprah Winfrey.
According to Page Six, sources familiar with the show say Harry dropped even more "truth bombs" in his sit-down with the talk show queen.
"One of the episodes is very personal … deeply," the insider told the outlet.
The Duke of Sussex teamed up with Oprah to produce The Me You Can’t See -- a new mental health series -- which airs on Apple TV+ on Friday.