The heir to the throne will also accompany his mother to the beaches of Normandy later this year.
The trip is to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings, Charles accompanying the Queen on the trip further adds to speculation that it may be the monarch's final engagement overseas.
A French government official, who was involved with organising the D-Day anniversary events, revealed that: "We have been told this will probably be the Queen's last official foreign visit."
We have been told this will probably be the Queen's last official foreign visit
Charles will stand in for his mother at some of the day's major engagements, further signs that he is increasingly taking on the role as monarch.
Royal aides are expected to make the announcement this week, revealing that the Prince's media team has been merged with that of the Queen.
The Queen has made 261 official visits during her 62-year-reign.
She turns 88-years old in April and has steadily been passing responsibilities to younger members of the royal family including Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.