Bienvenidos, Your Highnesses!
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles made history on Sunday as the first members of the British royal family to visit Cuba in an official capacity, according to the BBC. Charles's mother, Queen Elizabeth, has never made a state visit to Cuba, which came under Communist rule by Fidel Castro in 1959.
As their first stop off the plane, the royal duo attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the memorial of Cuba’s national hero, essayist and poet José Martí.
The Prince and duchess stopped off in Cuba as part of their royal tour of the Caribbean, which includes 12 days of over 50 engagements in Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, St. Kitts, the Cayman Islands and Grenada. (And we hope your royal highnesses get a chance to relax on the Cuban beaches at some point...)