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The Cambridges’ visit to Canada is just around the corner. And while we’ve been talking about the royal family of four and what their plans are when they hit British Columbia and the Yukon, we’ve only been able to hope that Prince William and Duchess Kate were bringing along their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. But it’s now official. The kids are joining Mom and Dad.

“They have received so many wonderful messages from Canadians since the birth of their children and look forward to having the chance to introduce their young family to the country,” according to a statement on the Royal Family’s website.

It’ll be a busy week for them, with more than 30 engagements scheduled. Their first stop will be Victoria, where the family will visit B.C.’s Parliament buildings and honour the Canadian military.

They’ll head to Vancouver the following day to check out some health and immigration programs, and speak with young people before visiting a small Fish Nation community on Campbell Island. From there, they’ll get an aerial tour of the Great Bear Rainforest.

The family will head to Kelowna to celebrate UBC’s 100th anniversary at the Okanagan campus before travelling to the Yukon, where the royals will make stops in Whitehorse and other towns, to visit indigenous groups and “celebrate Canada’s First Nations communities.”

They’ll then return to Victoria, where George and Charlotte will attend a children’s tea party at Government House. Then the family will take a canoe trip in Haida Gwaii, formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, and they’ll cap off their Canadian tour on a tall-ship sailing trip.

Watching George and Charlotte tea-ing it up with some other kids might be even better than that time George stole the spotlight in Australia, toddling around a room full of kids and playing with toys any of them had discarded (or hadn’t). Is it September 24th yet? Because we can’t wait.