The new royal couple is going on tour later this fall. Kensington Palace has announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be traveling to Fiji, Australia, New Zealand and the Kingdon of Tonga.
This is set to be Meghan and Harry’s very first official tour together, and the itinerary was revealed by the palace earlier today as well.
That being said, the schedule says that the married pair’s world tour will be running from October 16 to October 31.
Harry and Meghan will be kicking it off with a trip to Australia, more precisely, the cities of Dubbo, Fraser Island, Melbourne, and Sydney.
The next destination is Fiji, where E! News reports they will be staying a few days in Nadi and Suva.
Afterward, they should be arriving in Nuku’alofa, Tonga for a brief visit, only to then return to Sydney and wrap up their tour in New Zealand.
Those final days the Duke and Duchess will spend in Rotorua, Auckland as well as Wellington.
Kensington Palace shared that the Royals were invited to come and tour New Zealand and Australia by their respective governments.
In the case of Fiji and Tonga, they were invited to spend time there by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
As far as the focus of the tour is concerned, it looks like the environment and conservation efforts as well as youth leadership are going to be the main topics of discussion.
Such projects they will focus on while abroad are most likely the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy projects, and the Invictus Games – set to happen in Sydney later this year.