Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to visit Ireland around Friday, July 13th, according to reports.
Earlier this year, it was reported that the pair will jet to Ireland to take part in a series of engagements over two days.
And now, it’s been revealed that the couple will visit in the middle of July, less than two months after their royal wedding took place on May 19.
A source has told the Herald that it’s not clear whether there will be any opportunities for public “meet and greets”, but that the pair are expecting to stay in Dublin for one night.
Officials hope Harry and Meghan’s visit will improve Anglo-Irish relations, amid Brexit negotiations.
More details about their trip won’t be released until closer to the time, due to security concerns.
Prince Harry has never visited Ireland before, but Meghan once visited for the One Young World summit in 2014.
Last week, it was rumoured that Meghan and Harry had been spotted at Ashford Castle in Co. Mayo on a minimoon – but nothing was ever confirmed.
Harry and Meghan’s trip to Ireland will be the second royal visit of the summer, as Harry’s father Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are set to arrive in Cork on Thursday for a three-day visit.
According to reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall will visit the English Market, the naval base at Haulbowline, and the National Maritime College of Ireland.
The couple will also travel to Kerry, where they will visit the Lakes of Killarney and Muckross House, as well as Daniel O’Connell’s house at Derrynane.
The Herald has reported that the level of security will be high, and all Garda leave in the south-west has been cancelled for the royal visit.