Brace yourselves: Prince George and Princess Charlotte could be taking their first trip across the pond. To celebrate Canada's upcoming 150th anniversary, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has formally invited Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their two adorable children to visit the country as they ring in the landmark year.
And while no dates for a possible tour have been set as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have yet to accept invitation, we are already bursting with excitement at the thought that little George and Charlotte could be headed to North America. If the royal family does decide to make the trip, it will be the second time Will and Kate have visited Canada—several months after the pair's beautiful wedding in 2011, the newlyweds made several stops in the country on their first royal tour as a married couple. The Duke and Duchess visited seven cities and five provinces, including P.E.I., Alberta, the Northwest Territories, Quebec, and Ontario, with a stop in Ottawa to mark Canada Day on Parliament Hill.
Our fingers are crossed that the foursome makes a stop in the United States as well.