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Prince Charles and Camilla Couldn't Keep It Together On Their Last Royal Visit

Charles and Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are always entertaining with their tours around the world.

When Prince Charles and Camilla reunited in Singapore, they greeted eachother with a rare public kiss.

This kicked off their 11-day trip to Southeast Asia and India, after arriving to their destination on separate planes.

The 68-year-old Duke of Cambridge arrived into Singapore on a RAF Voyager flight, while his 70-year-old wife, arrived from a private holiday.

Their rare public displays of affection have only been caught three times, including at a Somerset House reception in 2001, before their marriage, and at a polo match in 2005.

Most recently the royals took an official tour through Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore and India and it seems like they were having plenty of fun along the way.

Charles shows of his skills with chores during a visit to the Dyson Technology Center in Singapore on November 1.

Who knew Charles was a fan of the popular series. Here he is checking out a replica of the "TARDIS" seen on the popular show Doctor Who.

Charles relaxes on a daybed created by students duirng a visit to Singapore's Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.

Even Royals get tired too!

Camilla sits with two aspiring chefs during an afternoon visit to Kuala Lumpur.

Is something fishy going on here? The couple looks over the selection of seafood at Singapore's Tiong Bahru Market.

When was the last time you were greeted by dragons?

Handing over the Queen's Commonwealth Baton to a group of athletes during a visit to Singapore.

The couple posed next to an orchid named for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, who just happen to be Charles and Camilla!

The royal couple toured the Golden Arches in the Nation Orchid Garden during their visit.

Knowing how to make an entrance, Charles and Camilla touched down in Kuala Lumpar on November 2 and took a stroll down the red carpet that was rolled out for their arrival.

Attending a Gurkha reception wearing a tradional garland around his neck, Charles arrived at the Edinburgh Palace in Brunei.

Source: People / People