In the run-up to the festive season, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are preparing to throw festive events in both Cyprus and the UK.
On December 4, the royal couple will host a party in London in partnership with the Royal British Legion for families of deployed RAF personnel serving in Cyprus.
According to Kensington Palace, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's forthcoming engagement is "in recognition of the unique contribution and sacrifices serving personnel and their families make year-round, and especially when they are separated during the festive period".
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will undertake two engagements in London and in Cyprus in support of deployed military personnel and their families who will be apart over the festive period. pic.twitter.com/9UoNSThOeu— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) November 23, 2018
The party will feature stalls where children can decorate stockings, make snow globes and craft crackers. There will also be a photo booth and post box at the event for attendees to send personalised messages to loved ones serving in Cyprus.
The following day, the couple will fly out to RAF Akrotiri - home of the Cyprus Operations Support Unit.
The royal couple will meet deployed personnel, families living on the base and members of the local community during the trip.
Later in the afternoon, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will officially open the Oasis Centre - a recreation area for service members who are not on shift.
They will then perform a walkabout before attending the reception where the couple will hand out presents to members of the 11 Squadron given to them by family members the previous day.
It is widely speculated that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will spend this festive period at the Middleton family home in Berkshire - especially after Pippa Middleton recently welcomed her first child.
The royal couple usually spends the festive season in Sandringham with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh but it wouldn't be the first time they've skipped tradition, as they enjoyed the holiday season with the Duchess of Cambridge's parents back in 2016.