The duo is now in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines where they have plans to join a discussion about domestic violence and is set to meet female entrepreneurs at a college in Kingstown, but they have no intentions on letting this stop their fun.
Camilla was spotted throwing back booze while Prince Charles got wild holding parrots while on their trip, and RadarOnline.com has all the photos!
It’s not uncommon for Charles, 70, and Camilla, 71, to schedule some time for amusement in their busy schedules. Just two days ago, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were tanning on a Barbados beach.
As readers know, since the start of the year, the royals have already had a lot to handle. For one, at his son Prince Harry's request, Charles is attempting to help Meghan Markle bounce back from her diminishing popularity with everyone including his wife. Charles and Camilla have also had to deal with the sudden appearance of Simon Dorante-Day, their alleged secret love child.
This six country Caribbean tour just may be the break the lovebirds need from all the drama back at home in the UK. Check them out as they let loose in Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines!!
WORKING IN THE SUN
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla arrived in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines as part of their Caribbean tour.
The prince wore a light grey suit as Camilla donned a long light pink top with white pants.
Upon arrival, the Duchess of Cornwall was all smiles as she drank some passionfruit rum.
Camilla carried herself like the royal she is, using a fancy umbrella to shield her from the sun.
WELCOMING THE ROYALS
The duo wore their shades as they attended and looked on a wreath laying ceremony in Kingstown.
A local from the Kingstown Market expressed his appreciation for the Duchess by kissing the palm of her hand.
THE COASTGUARD KIDS
Prince Charles and Camilla received a warm welcome from the children during their visit to the St. Vincent and Grenadines Coastguard.
PLAYING WITH PARROTS
Prince Charles stood still as he attempted to hold a parrot.
As readers know, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are visiting six countries and an overseas territory.
They’ve already visited the Barbados and their next stop is St. Kitts and Nevis. They are also scheduled to visit Grenada, Cuba, and the Cayman Islands.