The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will come to America July 8-10. They will be heading to the West Coast for three days. Unlucky for them, it doesn't seem like they will be getting much down time while they are in California. Will and Kate will attend a handful of fancy dinners and charity events.

If you want to spot the Royal Newlyweds, E! released their itinerary for the weekend.

July 8th: They will attend an evening reception with the Consular-General, held at the home of the government appointee who looks after British business interests and start-ups overseas. The event will take place on behalf of United Kingdom Trade and Investment. (Let's skip this event...sounds like a snooze-fest.)

July 9th: The couple will head over to Santa Barbra where Will plays in a charity polo match to benefit the American Friends of the Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry. Kate will be presenting the winning team's captain with the trophy from the match. Later in the evening, the couple will make their way back to Los Angeles for a black-tie dinner and reception at the newly-reopened Belasco Theatre downtown.

July 10th: Before they head back home, Will and Kate will be visiting the Inner-City Arts School, in the heart of L.A.'s Skid Row. The final stop for the duo, make one final stop at Sony Studios in Culver City to attend the Service Nation: Mission Serve job fair being put on for veterans.

I'm sure for security purposes they didn't reveal their down time plans, although it doesn't seem they will have much. I'm just hoping we can behave while they are here. Those that attended the wedding acted like civilized adults and obeyed the officers, let see if we can give them the same kind of gratitude and show them America is AWESOME!! No Riots please. Let's not give them an encore performance of the aftermath during the Stanley Cup, even though it was the Canadian's freaking out, but I'm sure some Americans chipped in.

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