Caution: There's going to be lots of Prince Charles and Camilla on the Royalist for the next two weeks.
The royal couple are embarking on a two-week tour of Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand, and we'll be keeping up with them every step of the way.
Camilla should be bright eyed and bushy tailed for the trip, as she is currently finishing off a week long stay at a $5,000 a night ayurvedic centre in India.
The Prince and Duchess are due to land in Port Moresby on Saturday night as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. They will tour Port Moresby and the village of Boera, where locals are restoring coastal mangroves.
The Prince and the Duchess will be greeted by traditional sing-sings, in which tribes or villages gather to show off their distinct culture, dance and music, dressing in elaborate costumes and war paint.
They will leave Papua New Guinea on Monday for a six-day visit to Australia where they will tour the outback town of Longreach and the cities of Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, Sydney and Canberra.
The royal couple will end their tour in New Zealand, where Prince Charles will celebrate his 64th birthday on November 14 in Wellington.
Sixty years and hardly a slip.