Prince Charles and Camilla touch down in Greece for first international tour of 2021
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have travelled all the way down to Greece, marking their first foreign royal tour of 2021.
The 72-year-old and 73-year-old are in Athens to celebrate the nation’s Bicentenary Independence Day celebrations.
The two-day visit comes at the request of the British Government.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are not immune from the virus however and are required to abide by extremely strict health guidelines while they carry out their overseas tour.
This includes wearing face masks, and Camila chose a fitting design on hers – one emblazoned with the official emblem of her husband.
The Prince of Wales Feathers dates back to the 14th century.
Charles opted to wear a less elaborate mask, but at just $12, it still carried an important meaning.
The silk patterned face covering was made by seamstresses in Myanmar as part of the Turquoise Mountain Textiles program.
Charles and Camilla were last in Greece back in May of 2018, and the country has remained a special destination for the entirety of the royal family as it where Prince Philip was born.
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