Prince William and Duchess Catherine are undoubtedly enjoying spending plenty of time with their three young children during this week's mid-term school break.
But even royals need a little reprieve from parenting during the holidays - and it seems Wills and Kate have found the perfect way to do it.
On Tuesday, February 25, the pair will be hitting the theatre to watch a very special performance of Dear Evan Hansen.
The evening will mark the first appearance for the pair in over a week after they took a short hiatus to spend time with their children during the half-term holidays.
And the theatre night itself is going to be one heck of a spectacle by the looks of things.
Taking place at London's Noël Coward Theatre, the show is being held in support of The Royal Foundation.
The musical itself is about a young boy who finds it hard to connect in today's world, and touches on mental health, particularly for teenagers - an issue very close to both Kate and Wills' hearts.
Alongside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the pair have helped launch a mental health text messaging service, Give Us A Shout, which encourages people struggling with mental health issues to message the 24/7 helpline whenever they need it.
After the performance, the pair will head backstage to meet the cast where they'll no doubt share their thoughts - mostly good, we'd assume!
The pair have a busy few weeks ahead - they will also soon head to Ireland in March for a whirlwind two-day tour.
It has also been reported the pair will be heading to Australia in aid of the bush fire relief efforts. While nothing has yet been confirmed by the Palace, we're certainly keeping our fingers crossed!