West isn't always best!
Duchess Kate and Prince William are embarking on another world tour. This time, the royals, both 29, are visiting the tiny country of Tuvalu to mark the Queen's diamond jubilee.
According a statement from the Palace released Wednesday, Kate and William will also visit Malaysia, Singapore and the Solomon Islands, while Prince Harry, 27, will head to the Caribbean and Central America to visit the Bahamas, Jamaica and Belize in his first major solo tour.
Iftikhar Ayaz, Tuvalu's consul in the UK, told the Standard his country was "very excited the royal family have chosen such a small and faraway state".
"It's great news for Tuvalu, and it will raise important issues related to climate change," Ayaz said in a statement.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla will travel to Australia, New Zealand and Canada; Queen Elizabeth, 85, and Prince Philip, 90, will "travel wildly" across the four home nations.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee marks Elizabeth II's 60-year-reign in the U.K.