Crown Princess Mary of Denmark will enjoy a very special reunion this week as she travels to the UK to support her national team in the EURO 2020 semi-final.
The Danish royal and her husband Prince Frederik will attend the game against England, as the two nations go head to head in the wildly popular sport.
So who's joining them? Prince William of course.
The die-hard soccer fans (and royals but... soccer fans first this week) will join in the atmosphere at Wembley Stadium where an undoubtedly tense game will ensue.
There'll only be one thing missing from all of the festivities - Duchess Catherine.
While Prince William is confirmed to attend the match taking place on Wednesday evening (overnight tonight in Australia), the Duchess of Cambridge is having to isolate at her home after coming into contact with a person who had the COVID-19 virus.
The Palace confirmed the news on Monday, sharing a statement: "Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any symptoms, but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home."
It is understood Kate came into contact with the patient on Friday and immediately began self-isolating.
As President of The Football Association, William has long shown his outward support for the UK's various soccer teams.
Last week, the Duke took along his seven-year-old son Prince George and Duchess Catherine to the last-16 fixture match against Germany.
The three royals looked ecstatic as England came out on top and chants of It's Coming Home ensued.
With Kate unable to attend, one has to wonder whether their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte or even Prince Louis may make an appearance.
That remains to be seen, but it will still be all the more glorious to see the royals from Denmark join Prince William - it's certainly been a long time coming.