What a fun day! Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall looked like they were enjoying themselves while visiting The Royal Parks in London on Wednesday, June 23.
The two sat down for some afternoon tea — and Camilla even got to have some ice cream!
Scroll through the gallery below to see the pair's outing!
Charles looked dapper in a striped suit, which he paired with a pink shirt and some sunglasses.
"The Royal Parks have provided a lifeline for Londoners during the pandemic, staying open and providing refuge for locals to get fresh air in the city’s beautiful green spaces," the couple wrote on Twitter. "Their Royal Highnesses visited Hyde Park today to thank the dedicated people who made this possible."
Meanwhile, Camilla sported a green polka dot dress with beige heels for the occasion.
The day earlier, Camilla hosted a special storytime for kids — and was even surrounded by elephant statues!
"The Duchess is joining children today to celebrate the magical world of books and reading. 📚✨," a message on Camilla and Charles' Instagram page read. "With a little help from @primarygriffin pupils and Waterstones Children’s Laureate @cressidacowellauthor, Her Royal Highness opened the school’s brand new ‘Life-changing Library’! 📖."
"The Duchess says hello to Olive the horse and officers of the Metropolitan Police, who protect the park and keep its visitors safe. @theroyalparks are enjoyed by 77 million visitors each year!" the royal duo captioned a video of Camilla petting a horse.
Before Camilla left, she indulged in a sweet treat!
"...and just time for a quick ice cream before heading home!" the official Twitter account captioned a photo of Camilla eating some dessert.
"Charity @theroyalparks manages and conserves 5000 acres of historic royal parkland across London for people to enjoy," a statement from Charles and Camilla said. "The eight parks include Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park, Green Park, Regent’s Park, Greenwich Park, Richmond Park and Bushy Park. The Hyde Park nursery grows and delivers 450,000 plants to supply all the beds across @theroyalparks — including the beds in front of Buckingham Palace!"