President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are getting the royal treatment in the U.K. this Friday.
The British Royal Family confirmed in a press release Monday that the Obamas will be visiting Kensington Palace, where they will be hosted by Prince William and Kate Middleton, as well as William’s brother, Prince Harry.
“Their Royal Highnesses are very much looking forward to welcoming President and Mrs. Obama to Kensington Palace,” the statement reads.
US Weekly reports that the meeting will take place at the Duke and Duchess’ home in Apartment 1A. The Obamas reportedly will also meet with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip for lunch at Windsor Castle.
US Weekly notes that the meeting appears to be payback for Prince William meeting with the President in the Oval Office during his December 2014 visit to the United States. Prince Harry was given the same honor last October. Prince Harry has also met several times with Michelle Obama through his support for wounded military personnel.
The BBC notes that the meeting with the Queen will come one day after her 90th birthday celebrations. President Obama will also reportedly hold a press conference with U.K. prime minister David Cameron during the three-day visit.
The Obamas U.K. visit comes in the middle of a tour that also includes trips to Germany and Saudi Arabia.
The BBC reports that the President’s last visit to the country was for a NATO summit in 2014 while the First Lady visited in 2015 to promote her Let Girls Learn initiative.
The Duke and Duchess wrapped up their own international trip to India and Bhutan last weekend. They made headlines towards the end of the trip after posing for a photo on what’s called the “Diana bench” in front of the Taj Mahal in India. William’s late mother, the Princess of Wales, was once famously photographed sitting alone on the same bench.