Britain's Prince Harry will celebrate his 31st birthday at Goodwood for the Battle of Britain 74th anniversary flypast.
Kensington Palace has shared how Prince Harry will be making an appearance at the special event on September 15 via social media.
Kensington Palace confirmed the news in a series of tweets:
"Prince Harry to join @endeavourfund scholars during a #BoB75 Anniversary flypast @boultbeeacademy on 15 Sep (sic)."
"Flypast will bring more BoB aircraft together since #WW2, as a show of thanks from this generation to 'The Few (sic)'".
It also marks Harry's return to royal duties after spending three-month in Africa catching poachers in a jungle.
The Prince will love the days events as a military enthusiast as it sees more Battle of Britain planes in one place since World War II.
There will be about 40 Spitfire and Hurricane jet fighters and Blenheim light bombers from the U.K., the U.S. and Europe taking part in the fly-past.
Last year, the Royal had the chance to go in a Spitfire, according to People magazine, but it's not known if he will on his birthday.