Prince Charles makes the most of his Caribbean tour by taking a dip in the sea

Mail Online | 3/19/2019 | Bryony Jewell For Mailonline
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They're in the midst of a hectic royal tour, but Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have managed to find some downtime to hit the beach during their 12-day official visit to the Caribbean.

Looking incredibly lithe for a man in his eighth decade, the Prince of Wales, 70, was seen strolling along the beach in Barbados, sporting a pair of floral bathing trunks, before taking a dip in the sea.

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The royal couple are currently on a tour of the Caribbean which will include a four-day visit to Cuba beginning on March 24 - the first by members of the monarchy.

During their tour, Charles and Camilla will also visit St Vincent and the Grenadines, St Kitts and Nevis, Grenada and the Cayman Islands, .

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Charles and Camilla looked happy and relaxed as they walked along the golden sand, wearing their bathing suits and carrying striped towels.

As they made their way along the beach Charles was seen looking towards his wife and saying a few words before indulging in a swim.

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During their stay in Barbados, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will sit down for talks with two leading figures from the island's national life.

Charles and Camilla will meet Dame Sandra Mason, who as Governor General is the Queen's representative on the Commonwealth island, and the country's first woman prime minister Mia Mottley.

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A barrister who studied at the London School of Economics, Ms Mottley came to power in May last year when her Barbados Labour Party inflicted a crushing defeat on the ruling Democratic Labour Party, winning all the seats in parliament.

In 2017 Charles visited the Caribbean in the wake of hurricanes Maria and Irma to see for himself the damage wreaked by the natural disasters.

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He will meet the men and women who are safeguarding Barbados in the...
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