Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be able to play with rubber ducks at their base in Canada.
Prince William and Duchess Catherine will head to the north American country with their kids on the weekend and the youngsters will no doubt be delighted when they walk around the gardens of British Columbia's Government House in Victoria to discover the plastic animals in the fountain.
A crew of 150 volunteers spruce up the house's gardens every Tuesday and Thursday and put the ducks out while working.
While they are usually removed afterwards until the next session, the inflatables will remain in the water feature for the whole week of the royal visit, according to CBC News.
William and Catherine, both 34, will head to Canada with George, three, and 16-month-old Charlotte on Saturday (24.09.16) for the start of an eight-day visit.
The trip will be Charlotte's first foreign engagement and she is expected to get special treatment with officials at Government House planning to build her a lavish soft-toy nursery to play in.
What's more, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire have also arranged a meal plan for the youngsters.
Nanny Maria Borrallo will look after the pair while their parents carry out royal engagements, but the kids are expected to attend a children's party for military families in Canada.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson recently said: "This is a great opportunity for them to introduce their children to a major realm before things like schools make it difficult later on."
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