In the lead up to on Saturday, the couple haven’t exactly been shy, introducing the American beauty to the British public at .
We haven’t been able to get enough of the 36-year-old’s this past year, so we’re already dreaming about what the bride-to-be will wear for her first event post-wedding.
Well, it sounds like we won’t have to wait too long, as Kensington Palace has announced the pair's first official engagement as husband and wife will be in honour of Prince Charles' birthday.
Prince of Wales' 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration will take place in the gardens of Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 22 May. As well as the newlyweds, it's expected Prince William and Duchess Camilla will also attend the event. (Meanwhile, we're still crossing out fingers in hope Prince Louis will show up, too.)
Yes, that’s just three days after the couple say ‘I do’!
The gathering will celebrate the second-in-line to the throne’s patronage, military affiliations and various charities he supports, the palace shared. Emergency personnel who responded to last year's Manchester Arena bombing will also be recognised at the event.
As a result, the royal couple have decided to postpone their honeymoon - rumoured to be in Namibia - for the garden party, similar to Prince William and Kate Middleton who put off their trip to Seychelles until about two weeks after their 2011 wedding.
It’s party party party for the royal family right now.