The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Isles of Scilly later this month.
According to the couple's official website, they will visit St Mary's and St Martins on Tuesday, July 17th.
On St Mary's, Prince Charles and Camilla will "formally open the island's newly improved quayside, visit the new harbour-side restaurant On The Quay, tour a local produce market and meet local community groups, including the Sailing Club".
They will also tour local businesses on St Martins, after which Prince Charles will attend a virtual 'Smart Islands' meeting at the Island Hall about the Smart Islands Partnership programme, which aims to deliver smart solutions to energy, waste, water and sewerage services on the Isles of Scilly and beyond.
Radio Scilly, which first reported the news, said they contacted Clarence House but were informed that no further information is currently available.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall last visited the islands in July 2015, when they officially opened the Island Hall on St Agnes.