Prince William, Duchess Catherine and Prince Harry are to attend the Warner Bros studios inauguration ceremony later this month, where they will enjoy a tour of The Making of Harry Potter exhibition.
The royal trio have been invited to the special event for the filmmaking company at Leavesden studios in Hertfordshire, on 26 April where William is due to give a short speech.
Once finished, the royal guests will enjoy a tour of the Harry Potter attraction with 500 children and their parents.
They will learn how to use magic wands in Gryffindor Common Room before viewing a special effects show down the mystical streets of Diagon Alley.
Following their enchanted excursion, the royal party are then scheduled to hold a meeting for their Charities Forum in Hogwart's Great Hall - one of the larger sets used in the wizarding franchise.
The brothers launched the Charities Forum in 2006 with an aim to bring together their own charitable interests and offer their best support to those organisations involved, which now adds up to over 30.
Their involvement with the family films comes after the princes' father, Prince Charles, and the Duchess of Cornwall visited King's Cross station in January.
The couple enjoyed a glimpse at the famous platform 9 and 3/4, where Harry Potter and his friends get the train from to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Tickets for The Making of Harry Potter tour available here.