Not all royal life is hobnobbing with iguanas named Peter and making mojitos. So, following their historic trip to Cuba and the Caribbean, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles got back to business.
The 70-year-old Prince of Wales and the 71-year-old Duchess of Cornwall attended the reopening of Hillsborough Castle yesterday in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The storied castle, which was built in 1770 for the Marquess of Downshire, was closed for five years for a $26 million renovation. The revamp restored state rooms, redeveloped the walled garden and paved a visitor parking lot. So, it only makes sense that Prince Charles also christened the castle (which is actually a Georgian country house) with a little celebratory memento.