Cambridge Duke Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton are set to begin their solo trips in the next few months.

The announcement relating to separate overseas trips of the royal couple was made on Thursday. Of course the news fuelled the flame of their separation once again. The Prince will visit Vietnam in November without the Duchess. Plans of the Duke’s visit to Southeast Asia from Nov. 17 to Nov. 18 have also been revealed.

The trip comes following the invitation of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This tour will give the Duke, who is also the President of United for Wildlife, a chance to engage with local people and have a conversation with the leaders working in the conservation area.

In 2014, the Duke attended the first International Wildlife Trade Conference held in London, where the prince gave an impressive speech about the illegal trade of wildlife.

Prior to the prince, Middleton announced that she is ready to fly to the Netherlands alone. A spokesman at Kensington Palace made the announcement of the plans on Wednesday, The Daily Mail reported. The announcement of the solo trips of the couple has come following the family trip of all the royal members to Canada recently.

Following her royal meeting with Netherlands’ King Willen-Alexander, Middleton will be hosting a roundtable discussion at the British Ambassador’s Residence at The Hague on October 11. She will be accompanied by representatives from two of her vital charities. One is the Anna Freud Center that looks after the children’s mental health while the other is Action on Addiction that deals with the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol abuse on families.

After the roundtable, the duchess is scheduled to go to Rotterdam to take part in a “new community-focused initiative” to work for the economically deprived district.