Friday: The duke and duchess arrive at Los Angeles International Airport in the late afternoon, where they will be greeted by Gov. Jerry Brown, his wife, Anne Gust Brown, and Sir Nigel Sheinwald, the British ambassador to the United States. They will then attend a reception at the consul-general's residence in Hancock Park.
Saturday: The duke and duchess travel to Carpinteria, where William will compete in a charity polo match at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club. They will then return to Los Angeles to attend the inaugural "BAFTA Brits to Watch" event at the historic downtown Belasco Theater.
Sunday: The couple will spend the morning at a private event supporting Tusk USA, a group that focuses on conservation in Africa and of which the duke is the royal patron. They will visit Inner-City Arts, an outreach program for children on downtown's skid row, and then Sony Studios in Culver City, where they will attend a job fair for veterans.
October 1977: Prince Charles makes an official visit to Los Angeles as part of a 10-day goodwill tour across the United States.
February-March 1983: Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, take a 10-day tour of the Golden State, where they make stops in San Diego, in Los Angeles, at then-President Ronald Reagan's ranch near Santa Barbara, in San Francisco and at Yosemite National Park.
November 1994: Charles makes another visit to Los Angeles, this time in conjunction with UK-LA '94, a two-month citywide festival designed to showcase British culture in the U.S. During his five-day trip, the prince also meets with schoolchildren and Hollywood stars.
November 2005: In their first royal tour together, Prince Charles and his wife, the duchess of Cornwall, spend a week in the United States, including a stop in San Francisco.