Britain's Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle will visit Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand later this year on a tour that will coincide with the Sydney staging of the Invictus Games, Kensington Palace said.
According to The Sun's lip reader, Harry, 33, asked Meghan, 36, if she was "okay" as they stepped onto the balcony.
This won't be the first time Meghan has visited New Zealand.
Trooping the Colour is one of the most exciting events in the royal calendar and is always held on the second Saturday of June to officially celebrate the sovereign's birthday.
Bainimarama says the details of their program in Fiji will be announced in due course.
They're due to travel to Chester in Cheshire aboard the Queen's private train on Thursday and apparently, this is a pretty big deal. However with her massive CV of humanitarian and Hollywood work as well as Harry by her side, we bet she'll do just fine. However, some critics with knowledge of so-called royal protocol lashed out at the newest member of the monarchy.
The loved-up pair were spotted for the first time at the weekend since they returned from her honeymoon.
The short-sleeve number defied the customary long sleeve variations sister-in-law Kate Middleton has worn since her Trooping debut in 2011.
The Duchess was also invited to Sandringham for Christmas previous year, an honour usually reserved for those who are married into the family.