Britain's Duke of Kent will pay tribute to fallen soldiers in Melbourne.
The 79-year-old royal - who is the cousin of Queen Elizabeth II - will arrive in the Australian city today (21.04.15) and honour servicemen who lay down their lives at a Shrine of Remembrance.
As part of his two night stop-over in the city, the duke -also known as Prince Edward - will visit the Abbotsford Convent Trust, be treated to a special performance by Song Room and pay a visit to the Synchrotron and John Monash Science School, reports MailOnline.
The duke will also speak at a meeting of the Australian British Chamber of Commerce before heading on to Adelaide and Canberra - where he will celebrate the Anzac Day landing on April 25.
The royal's busy tour comes just weeks after he was discharged from hospital after being treated for a dislocated hip.
It is thought he was injured while staying on the queen's Balmoral estate in Scotland before being taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
A palace spokesperson said at the time: "I can confirm that the Duke of Kent was admitted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in Scotland for treatment of a hip injury."