Don’t go in, darling – Charles warns Camilla against dip on the Gold Coast
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall strolled along a beach on the second day of their visit to Australia.
The Duchess of Cornwall dipped her toes into the sea at the Gold Coast as she and the Prince of Wales strolled along a beach.
Camilla took off her shoes, showing off her rose pink-painted toe nails, and walked towards the seafront at Broadbeach.
“Don’t go in, darling”, Charles warned, as the waves lapped on to the sand.
One of Camilla’s aides held her cream wedged shoes as she went barefoot, the sun beaming down on the beach after a brief downpour earlier in the day.
Camilla has dipped her toes in the sea at the Gold Coast as she and Charles strolled along Broadbeach pic.twitter.com/aZumhhUQj9— Ellie Cullen (@EllieCullenPA) April 5, 2018
The couple, on a tour of Australia after Charles opened the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday evening, were then given a demonstration of a rescue drill by the Nippers young lifesavers.
They rewarded it with a smile and a clap, before going on to meet members of Surf Life Saving Queensland.
Earlier, Charles and Camilla had tested their hand at table tennis, while the duchess also had a go at pool, during a tour of the athletes’ village.