The littlest royals may be making a trip across the pond with their parents!

By Simon Perry
Updated July 06, 2016 08:40 AM
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte may be making a trip across the pond!

Royal parents Prince William and Princess Kate have been invited to Canada – and the kids are invited, too.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked the royal couple to visit as the country prepares for its 150th birthday celebrations in 2017.

If they accept the invitation to head to Canada, it will be the second time Will and Kate have visited. The country was the destination of their first royal tour in summer 2011, not long after their April wedding.

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“The Prime Minister certainly has invited William and Kate and family to come to Canada whenever they are available on their schedule,” Kate Purchase, the Prime Minister’s director of communications, told the Globe and Mail.

Trudeau’s office is awaiting a response and news on what destinations the couple might visit if they head across the Atlantic.

If their visit is confirmed, it is seen as part of the lead-up to next year’s celebrations that will peak around July 1 – the 150th anniversary of the formation of the Dominion of Canada.

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The couple’s office at Kensington Palace is not commenting on the possible trip, telling PEOPLE that they don’t have anything to announce.

Prince Harry made quick trip to Canada in May (sharing a high-powered summit with the world’s hottest Prime Minister!) to announce the location of the next Invictus Games, which will be held in Toronto.