Britain's Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Isle of Man later this month.
The royal couple will make an official trip to the British island on April 26, which is part of a series of regional visits around the British Isles to mark Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee.
It will be the Prince of Wales' third official visit to the Isle of Man, with the most recent being for the Tynwald Day Ceremony in 2000, while it will be Camilla's first time to the island.
During their trip they will be visiting Peel and the National Sports Centre in capital Douglas.
As well as visiting the UK, the royal family are also celebrating the queen's 60 years on the throne with international visits.
Charles and Camilla will spend time in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, while Prince William and his wife Duchess Catherine will undertake their second overseas tour with a trip to Malaysia, Singapore, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu in September.