When it is the first time that British royal houses visit Cuba during an official visit, it is big or is it going home!
Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, made all tourist stops, as well as the diplomatic appointments.
The duo stopped in style with Ray Bans, when the Prince of Wales drove a 1953 MG TD (a beautiful old British car) to an event that showed other British vehicles on the island. Charles is a classic car enthusiast and owns an Aston Marin D85 Volante convertible back in the UK.
“The one I drove is the nicest car,” said Charles. “It has an incredibly powerful accelerator. It’s incredibly close to the brake, so you have to be careful not to press the wrong one.”
In the context of the theme of Great Britain in Cuba, Charles and Camilla visited John Lennon Square in Havana. The couple posed on the iconic bench with the statue of Lennon and received the perfect souvenir photo.
On Wednesday they learned more about eating on the island. Charles used a hand crank to squeeze sugar cane, and the two made their own mojitos behind the bar. Goat cheese and black bean croquettes were on the tasting menu.
Camilla said she now wants to send her son, Tom Parker Bowles, a food writer, to Cuba to see what they have to offer.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall then left of the Cayman Islands. The last stop on their 12-day tour through the Caribbean ends on Thursday.