Having a ball! Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall got to have a bit of fun when they visited the Irish Cultural Centre (ICC) in London on Tuesday, March 15.
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The royal looked dapper in a blue-striped suit, while his wife sported a green patterned dress.
During their visit, Charles attempted to pour some Guinness, but he struggled to make the perfect pint! Of course, Camilla couldn't help but laugh.
When Charles took a sip, he had some froth on his nose, which had the couple in stitches.
The pair toured the facility and even played the Irish bodhrán drum!
Camilla and Charles have had a busy week, as they were also spotted at the Commonwealth Day service on March 15.
"The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrive for the #CommonwealthDay Service at Westminster Abbey. Earlier today, it was announced that The Prince and The Duchess will attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Rwanda this June," a caption read via Instagram. "'As the world works to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, and in this Jubilee year, it is more important than ever that the countries of the Commonwealth come together. As a family of some 2.6 billion people from fifty-four nations across six continents, the Commonwealth represents a rich diversity of traditions, experience and talents which can help to build a more equal, sustainable and prosperous future. With this shared sense of common purpose, and in view of recent, enforced postponements, my wife and I are delighted to be attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, in June.'- The Prince of Wales."
Though it looked like Camilla was in good spirits, she had to drop out of an event last minute due to lingering COVID-19 symptoms, The Royal Observer reported.
"It’s understood she is trying to pace herself as she recovers from the bout of Covid-19 she had last month," reporter Richard Palmer tweeted. "She had looked as if she was struggling at an engagement yesterday."