Prince Charles and Camilla enjoyed a relaxing walk on the beach as they continued their tour of the Republic of Ireland on Friday.
The duchess, 69, kicked off her shoes to join her husband for a stroll along the sand at Derrynane beach, County Kerry. The royal couple, who are on the final day of the four-day visit, looked relaxed as they strolled along the windy coastline.
Camilla wore an elegant teal suit, and opted to go barefoot for the outing, meanwhile, Charles was smartly dressed in a three-piece suit and tie and kept his leather shoes on for the stroll.
In the images, it’s unclear if she was fully barefoot, or walking along the sand with her stockings on, but we’d prefer to think she had the sand between her toes.
Camilla wore her hair out in soft waves and opted for minimum makeup for the occasion. She completed the ensemble with a grey scarf and accessorised with her trademark piece of jewellery: a pair of pear earrings.
The duchess was seen shaking off her shoes before climbing into the helicopter and on to her next engagement.
Today was the final day of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s visit to Ireland. The Prince of Wales and The Duchess travelled in the afternoon to Killarney National Park, where they first visited Muckross House. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, The Prince of Wales' great-great-great grandparents, visited Muckross House in 1861. The Prince then learnt about the conservation of the national park, whilst The Duchess attended an Irish lesson at the school house before TRH met guests from all over County Kerry at a Garden Party at Killarney House. ????????
The royal couple are currently on a tour of both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Their trip started in Northern Ireland earlier this week, where they visited a memorial garden dedicated to the victims of the 1998 Omagh car bomb, spent a few hours in a local wood shop, and toured a new hospital facility
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall met with a group of survivors of the Omagh bomb in 1998, after their royal highnesses laid a wreath at the Omagh Memorial Garden, which commemorates the 29 people killed in the Real IRA blast.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visit the Omagh Memorial Garden on the 20th anniversary year of the Omagh Bomb. Twenty-nine people were killed in the attack on 15 August 1998. TRH laid a wreath of white roses and herbs of remembrance, rosemary, lavender and thyme from the gardens at Hillsborough Castle.#RoyalVisitNI
During the Republic of Ireland portion of the trip, Charles and Camilla have visited the English Market in Cork and Muckross House, a historic home in Killarney National Park.