Just one more sleep until royal fever will take over Australia once again.
And this time, the monarchy's most popular member Prince Harry will be touching down in Sydney to launch the 2018 Invictus Games, which will be held in Sydney in October next year.
The initiate is one that's very close to Harry's heart.
In 2014, he founded the games following years of military service, which inspired him to create an experience for wounded servicemen and women.
"We wanted to go somewhere where they are absolutely sports mad and would really get behind our competitors," Harry has previously said of picking Sydney.
"It was an easy decision really - the 2018 Invictus Games are coming to Sydney."
Here's everything you need to know about his upcoming trip!
The 32-year-old will arrive on Wednesday, June 7 and hit the ground running with a jam-packed schedule that will give Pippa Middleton and James Matthews a run for their money.
His first outing will be at Admiralty House in Kirribilli on Wednesday morning, where he will officially launch the fourth Invictus Games.
During his blink-and-you'll-miss-it tour, Harry will meet with members of the Australian Invictus team and begin the 500-day countdown to the sporting event.
Then on Wednesday afternoon, Prince William's little brother will head down to Circular Quay to watch a variety of sports demonstrations such as wheelchair basketball, volleyball and wheelchair rugby.
He'll cap off his day on Sydney Harbour watching a boat race.
On Thursday, the former military man will check out the various locations of the 2018 Games and be briefed on the progress of the event.
Most likely not.
According to reports, Meghan Markle is currently promoting season seven of her hit TV show, Suits, and considering Harry's journey is in a work capacity, there's no reason to bring her such a long way for such a short time.
Plus, she already requested time off work last month so she could attend Pippa Middleton's wedding.
Probably on a plane!
But as he makes his way to Sydney, the busy royal has managed to squeeze in a visit to Singapore.
On Sunday, the avid charity campaigner joined the local Muslim community for a lunch at Jamiyah, a Muslim-faith charity, where they paid their respects to the victims of the London Bridge terror attacks.
He also played a charity polo match in Singapore for his other charity, Sentebale.