Prepare your bowing muscles, completely relevant royals (Rooooyals) William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will visit their criminal holding colonies Australia and New Zealand in April next year.

A statement from William and Kate’s office said: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit New Zealand and Australia in April 2014. Their royal highnesses have been invited to visit by the New Zealand and Australian governments. Further details on the exact dates and itinerary will be issued in due course.”

A decision is yet to be made as to whether or not The Best Baby Of All Time, Prince George, will come along for the ride. If he does, it’ll be the first foreign trip for the little guy (aged at just over eight months), and will mirror Prince Williams’ first ever trip taken to Australia, when Charles and Diana took him on holidays in 1983 when he was nine months old. The last of the Duke’s many Southern Hemisphere trips saw him visit Christchurch after the devastating earthquake in March 2011, and stop by Queensland and Victoria shortly after the floods of that year, but Kate is yet to make an official visit Down Under in her new role as the Duchess.

Australia has a couple of big name attractions opened in the last few months, so no doubt a day at Sydney’s Wet ‘n’ Wild is planned for Their Highnesses, as well as a visit to Palmersaurus.

Via Sydney Morning Herald. Photo by Michael Middleton – WPA Pool/Getty Images.