The Prince of Wales looked suitably cool in the Caribbean sunshine today, as he royal donned a pair of sunglasses and a light white suit for his arrival in St Vincent and the Grenadines.
Prince Charles, 70, and Camilla, 71, are currently on a 12 day tour of the Caribbean, and were greeted by school children as they arrived on the island.
Camilla carried a light parasol to keep the sun from her face in the 30°C heat as she smiled at school children in the crowds.
Many of the pupils waved Union Jacks alongside the flag of the island.
The Prince of Wales looked cheerful as he greeted school children in St Vincent and the Grenadines during the latest leg of his 12 day Caribbean tour
The Duchess of Cornwall kept cool with a parasol, and wore a lovely baby pink kaftan with balloon sleeves
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The royals, who have already visited St Lucia and Bridgetown on their tour, are now in St Vincent and the Grenadines for a flying one day visit
Prince Charles looked cool in shades as he was greeted by crowds of school children waving flags at Argyle International Airport
The royals arrived at Argyle International Airport to kick off their visit and received a very enthusiastic welcome from well wishers on the tarmac.
Camilla wore a baby pink kaftan, with balloon sleeves and a light white detailing.
She paired the mid-length top with white trousers, and carried a light parasol and straw bag.
Camilla carried a parasol to keep the hot island sun from her face and carried a straw handbag
The Prince of Wales, who just arrived in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is currently on a 12 day tour of the Caribbean with wife Camilla
The royals descended the plane’s stairs and were greeted by school children who welcomed them to the island
Camilla grinned as she met school children on the tarmac at the Argyle International Airport, many of whom had Union flags
Prince looked cool in a grey suit, with a light pink tie and grey and black striped tie.
He finished off the outfit with a pair of trendy sunglasses.
The royals have already visited St Lucia and Bridgetown on their tour, which will also take in an historic trip to Cuba later this month – the first by a member of the British royal family.
On Monday the couple enjoyed some downtime on a Barbados beach as they made the most of a day off in the sun between official engagements.
Prince Charles looked smart in a cool grey suit with a pink shirt that perfectly complimented his wife’s outfit
Camilla smiled as the royal couple were greeted by school children at the airport as they arrived on the island
The Prince of Wales smiled as the couple arrived at the airport, and looked cool in his trendy black sunglasses
During their tour, Charles and Camilla will also visit St Kitts and Nevis, Grenada and the Cayman Islands.
Charles is also said to be keen to discuss the impact of climate change in the area, having already spoken about the issue in St Lucia.
Speaking about the global threat posed by climate change the prince said: ‘Importantly, the Commonwealth brings us together and gives us the means to harness shared opportunities, as well as to address common challenges.
‘There is no greater challenge facing all of us, in my view, than that of global warming and climate change which, I know, poses nothing short of an existential threat to this island as it does to every part of this region.’
The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales are visiting St Vincent and Grenandines for just one day during their 12 day tour
The Duchess wore a gorgeous baby pink kaftan with pretty white detailing, and carried a bamboo handle bag
The Prince of Wales took time to speak to children at the airport, who waved Union flags and the flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines