The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been swept up in the excitement at the Commonwealth Games, but after a busy few days of cheering on the athletes - and Kate's quick game of 'three tins' - the royal couple are looking forward to a month-long holiday in August. (So that's why they looked so happy at the swimming on Monday...)
Vanity Fair's Royal Watch has revealed that the royal couple will be taking Prince George to Scotland next month to visit his grandparents.
The family will stay with Prince Charles and Camilla at their Highland home before calling in at Balmoral to stay with the Queen and Prince Philip.
Royal Watch sources say the rest of their time will be spent in Norfolk to put the finishing touches on their 10-bedroom country home, Anmer Hall and no doubt, there'll be plenty of time for George to enjoy a few swimming lessons.
"They will be at Anmer for much of the time they have off," the source said. "They cannot wait to move in and they want to make sure the last stages of the refurb go to plan."
There's still one more royal engagement to complete before their summer break begins, though.
William, Kate and Harry will attend a service of remembrance for the First World War centenary in Belgium on 4 August.
Find out what the royal trio got up to at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow...