Princess Charlotte is getting so grown up!
As previously reported by Woman's Day, Prince William and Duchess Catherine have decided the littlest Cambridge is old enough to accompany them on their upcoming royal tour of Canada, along with big brother Prince George.
It will be the very first official tour for the tiny princess.
After his tour to Australia and New Zealand with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge back in 2014, George is an old hand at official royal duties.
He will no doubt be on hand to teach his little sister a thing or two about wooing the adoring public.
WATCH: Prince George was so cute on his first royal tour we couldn't bear it. Check out his first bilby encounter in the clip below. Post continues!
The tour is marked to begin on September 24 and will last a week.
A statement confirming Princess Charlotte and Prince George’s attendance was released from the royal press office of Prince William and Duchess Catherine.
It read: “I am very pleased to confirm they will bring their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, with them to Canada.
“They have received so many wonderful messages from Canadians since the birth of their children and look forward to having the chance to introduce their young family to the country."
And as for the itinerary, George and Charlotte even get to attend a lucky child’s birthday party on September 29 in Victoria, British Columbia, while they are there.
The little royals will play with a group of children from military families invited especially to Government House to meet George and Charlotte.
The tour will begin in British Columbia where the Cambridges are due to stay for three nights. They will then travel to the picturesque countryside of Yukon for two nights before returning to British Columbia.
Prince George will be sure to show Princess Charlotte how to greet fans, after he was the king of adorable facial expressions during his first royal tour.
Other activities for the royals include an adventure to the Great Bear Rainforest, a visit to a charity that helps mothers dealing with addiction and mental health issues, and an event celebrating young leaders in Canada’s arts and culture scene.
We can't wait for more adorable moments like when Prince George stole our hearts waving from the balcony in the clip below!