Prince Harry and Meghan first royal visit to Tonga has been officially set for October 25, the Prime Minister office has confirmed.
The royal couple will be in Tonga for two days.
The visit was part of the couple’s first since they married and comes after an invitation from the respective governments of Australia and New Zealand in addition to Foreign and Commonwealth Office requests from Fiji and Tonga, reports Express.
The Prime Minister spokesperson Lōpeti Senituli has confirmed the news to Kaniva News.
“At this stage I do not have any information on the program planned for the Royal visitors. Will keep you posted,” he said.
The tour comes after the International Association for Medical Assistance for Travellers has warned about Fiji and Tonga experiencing an outbreak of Zika and dengue fever.
And the concerns on behalf of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were particularly pressing should the couple wish to have kids in the near future.
The UK news media recently reported the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have dropped several hints about wanting to start a family since their wedding day, which has been getting royal fans extremely excited.
“As you’d expect, there are lots of royal rules and protocol they’ll have to follow if they do decide to start a family at some point in the future, like with all aspects of their lives.
“And it’s not just parenthood which comes with royal traditions, and there are also lots of weird rules they must follow during the pregnancy.
“Meghan probably won’t have a baby shower
“It’s a popular tradition in the UK and the US for friends and family of the expectant mum to thrown them a baby shower, with fun games and presents.”
But ABC News’ expert Victoria Arbiter said baby showers weren’t common in the royal family.
She said: “They are clearly very wealthy, and a lavish baby shower would be seen as highly inappropriate.