Camilla Parker Bowles cut short her participation from the royal tour with Prince Charles.

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall enjoyed a five-day tour to New Zealand. However, Camilla axed the trip short because she decided to not join the heir apparent in his next destination.

“At the end of the tour of New Zealand, The Duchess will return to the UK,” Clarence House announced in a statement.

“The Prince will travel on to Tuvalu where he will receive an official welcome and attend a reception. His Royal Highness’ programme will focus on environmental issues and how local communities are responding to climate change.”

Clarence House added that Prince Charles will meet the young people and hear the positive contributions they are making to the climate change issue. The future king will conclude the tour by visiting Solomon Islands. It will be Prince Charles’ first visit to the island.

During the visit, Prince Charles will attend a public engagement, which will focus on preservation and climate change. The Prince of Wales will also spend time learning about sustainable fisheries management in the Pacific Ocean.

This isn’t the first time Camilla decided to axe her participation in a royal tour. When the couple visited Australia, Camilla laso decided to fly back home earlier than Prince Charles. The duchess did not accompany the future king when the visited Pacific nation of Vanuatu, Cairn, Gove and Darwin. According to the Clarence House spokesperson, Camilla doesn’t like flying.

“There are no health reasons [for the Duchess pulling out after two days]. She is fit as a flea. The Duchess does not like flying but I think she sometimes has to embrace that fear and get on with it,” the spokesperson said.

In related news, there were rumors that Camilla already divorced Prince Charles. The duchess reportedly threatened the royal family to reveal their darkest secrets and demanded $400 million to keep her mouth shut about the matter. However, royal fans should take those reports with a grain of salt as Prince Charles and Camilla appeared fine and happy together during their tour.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles look at each other as they reopen the newly-renovated Edwardian community hall The Strand Hall during day three of a visit to Wales on July 4, 2018 in Builth Wells, Wales. Getty Images/Chris Jackson