An aide to Kate, William, and Harry said that the trio will soon see "a significant upsurge in engagements." Not only is this good for those they'll be helping, but it means we'll get to see even more of our favorite Royals.
Duchess Kate will spend the coming months working on campaigns dedicated to increasing palliative care which aims to support families as well as children when those children are facing illnesses. During her trip to Australia, Kate spoke at Bear Cottage urging the audience to support families as well as children.
Dear Prince William gave her a "woo hoo!"
Speaking of Prince William, he'll be attending a friend's wedding and then he'll either take on more royal duties as his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, is 88 and grandfather Prince Philip is 93, or he'll take a government job doing charity or public service work.
Both will be a good platform for the duo to continue their efforts to support wounded and former servicemen and women and children.
Prince Harry, meanwhile, will visit Chile, Brazil, Estonia, and Italy, and he'll host the Invictus Games, a paralympic-style event, in London in September.