Cue Rodgers and Hammerstein lyrics - Kate and Will are heading to the sandy South Pacific.
But as sun-soaked as the balmy trip will be, it comes at a poignant time for the couple. On the eve of the 15th anniversary of Princess Diana's death, a palace spokesman confirmed plans for the forthcoming nine-day royal tour.
Kate and Will are due to head on the tropical getaway, officially acting on the behalf of the Queen on their tour of the tropics from 11 September.
And while the belle of the travelling show is sure, once again, to be Kate Middleton, the entourage will be shown an orchid named after Will's late mother.
The royal couple will take in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Borneo, the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu on their short jaunt, spending just a night in most locations, which include some dreamy honeymoon-style desert islands, including the private speck of Tavanipupu.
And onlookers are already salivating over the sartorial challenge.
"It will be the biggest test yet of Kate’s much-praised fashion sense, as she will need up to 30 different outfits, including one for a trek to the jungle”, writes the MailOnline.
As much as the region's well-known humidity may pose a bad hair day to most of us mere mortals, a hairdresser - paid for by the Prince of Wales - will be travelling with the team to keep Kate's mane attraction at bay. No machete-slashing jungle walk will come between the 30-year-old and her coiffed barnet.
The tour is part of ongoing Diamond Jubilee celebrations and will take in many spots that Elizabeth II last visited in 1982 - including the scene of a memorable canoe ride that saw Tuvalu locals honour the monarch by carrying her traditional boat from the royal yacht Britannia onto the island, a tradition which is due to be reenacted from a private plane.
This time, the scene is set for something of a romantic break (rather than a Prince Harry-style tour) for the royals who have today been busy cheering on Team GB at the Paralympics. Now, if we can just find our songsheets for I'm in Love With a Wonderful Guy...
Kate's trip to the tropical East - in numbers:
- 30 different outfits
- 1 royal hairdresser
- 1 of the Queen's tiaras, reportedly
- 2 orchid species - to be named after the Duke and Duchess
- 1 precarious aloft-canoe ride