Prince Harry will be following in the footsteps of Prince William and Kate Middleton with a trip to the U.S. this year, according to the Spare's spokesman.
But unlike William, who visited for two days, he'll be here two months!
Harry, 27, will be spending time in the Golden State plus Arizona for a series of Apache helicopter training courses, various news sources confirm.
The exact locations and dates of his visit have yet to be disclosed, but rest assured, this trip to America is strictly business and not pleasure.
Called "Exercise Crimson Eagle," Prince Harry's California and Arizona training features "environmental training, live firing and tactical exercises."
After Harry's training, he'll be a full-fledged Apache pilot and could be sent to Afghanistan, where he's been eager to return to the front line.
Sorry, Florence Brudenell-Bruce.
In June, the Telegraph reported that Harry will likely fly a 40-million pound helicopter in operations against insurgents in Afghanistan in 2012.