Camilla Parker-Bowles looked stunning in her gorgeous outfits during her Caribbean tour with Prince Charles.

On Sunday, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Cuba and Camilla was fabulous in her floral dress. In the photo shared by Clarence House, Camilla’s dress featured the cutest ruffles running throughout the fabric. She also donned a pair of nude, slingback flats and a long pearl necklace. The duchess was carrying her raffia tote by high-end brand Heidi Klein.

The following day, Prince Charles and Camilla visited Old Havana. Camilla was gorgeous in her sky blue dress while carrying a white umbrella. The couple was accompanied by local historian Dr. Eusebio Leal Spengler.

During the said outing, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall watched a performance at the Acosta Danza dance school. The school gives aspiring dancers the opportunity to develop their talent.

Prince Charles and Camilla stepped out again to join the president of Cuba for an official welcome dinner at the Palace de la Revolucion. Prince Charles looked smart in his suit. Meanwhile, Camilla looked beautiful and regal in her white kaftan, which she paired with matching oversize trousers.

“Camilla you always look beautiful and Charles so dapper,” one netizen wrote.

A number of netizens were pleased to see the future king and Camilla. Some of them even praised the duo for their energy given their age. The Prince of Wales turned 70 years old last November while Camilla is already 71.

However, the royal couple endured a severe royal backlash from their critics for visiting the communist country. Some netizens slammed Prince Charles and Camilla, calling their visit to Cuba “repulsive.”

“If all the wonderful places to go, and you choose a communist country that has killed thousands of people. Pathetic!, so glad my tax dollars do not support your silliness,” one user wrote.

Another netizen said that he wanted to hear from Prince Charles how he feels to have dinner with the heir apparent of Raul Castro who was described as “the bloody Cuban dictator” by the user.

Florida senator Rick Scott penned a letter addressed to Prince Charles, asking the latter to visit Florida instead of Cuba. He tried to convince the future king not to pursue the trip because the current regime in the country harbors terrorist groups and is responsible for propping up ruthless dictators.

Apparently, Prince Charles didn’t give in to his request. Meanwhile, Scott was slammed by netizens for claiming that he supports democracy when his own government is in turmoil. Even those from Florida found the senator’s move “embarrassing” and “wildly inappropriate.”