Looks like the Royals just can't get enough of the Emerald Isle...
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are due to visit Cork and Kerry next month during their visit to Ireland.
Charles and Cammy (go with it) will be heading to Haulbowline Island, the home of Ireland's naval headquarters which was operated by British forces until the 17th century.
As first reported by the Irish Mirror, Charles will be briefed on how the Irish naval forces carry out their search and rescue work in the Mediterranean.
They will also be stopping by the infamous Cork harbour.
The royal couple will also be staying in Kerry where they plan to visit the Ring of Kerry and the Lakes of Killarney.
Prince Charles will be the first member of the royal family to make the trip to Kerry since Queen Victoria's visit in 1861.
They will arrive on the 14th of June and stay for three days. The pair came to Ireland last year stopping off in Dublin, Kilkenny and Kildare.
Here's hoping they bring some fine British sunshine over with them!