Kensington Palace has just announced that Kate Middleton and Prince William will visit the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan in South Asia later this spring.
A tweet from the palace account read: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make an official visit to Bhutan this spring. Bhutan has previously been visited by The Prince of Wales in 1998 and The Duke of York in 2010."
Bhutan – which means Land of the Thunder Dragon - is a small kingdom that lies in the Himalayas, between India and China.
The royal couple will also visit India this spring at the request of the government. The palace announced that visit just as The Queen welcomed the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Buckingham Palace.
Their children, George and Charlotte, will not travel to India. It's unknown if they will go to Bhutan.
Kate and William have previously travelled abroad on royal engagements to the US, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Tuvalu, Solomon Islands, New Zealand and Australia.
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