Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles were recently asked an awkward question about Queen Elizabeth II.

The royal couple, who is currently in the Caribbean for their royal tour, met a group of young girl guides who grabbed a couple of moments with the Duchess of Cornwall.

One of the girl guides asked Camilla a question, but she referenced her as the Queen.

“Queen Elizabeth, do you have a castle?” the guide asked.

After being corrected, the girls moved on to talking to Prince Charles.

“Where’s the Queen, I don’t get it?” they asked Prince Charles.

The future King responded, “She’s not here I’m afraid.”

In related news, Prince Charles also made headlines this week after he made a cheeky joke upon meeting Lionel Richie during a royal reception in Barbados. Prince Charles made the “American Idol” judge a global ambassador during the tour.

After seeing each other, Prince Charles told Richie that it must have been him that he was looking for. Richie laughed and told the future King that he will see him again soon.

On his Instagram account, the former Commodores singer shared his excitement over meeting the royal. In his caption, Richie also said explained what his new role as the First Global Ambassador and First Chairman of the Global Ambassador Group for the Prince’s Trust means.

“The Trust is known for its excellent work with young people in the UK and has a wealth of knowledge that can be useful to other organizations in other countries. The Global Ambassador Group will champion the work of this remarkable charity in new countries, and as chair, I’m committing to help The Trust across the globe,” he wrote.

Prince Charles and Camilla will be in the Caribbean until next week. On Thursday, the royal couple will head to St. Kitts and Nevis, and this will be followed by a trip to Grenada, Cuba, Havana, and the Cayman Islands.

Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles will be in the Caribbean until March 27. Pictured: Camilla, Prince Charles attend the annual Commonwealth Day reception at Marlborough House on March 11, 2019 in London, England. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson