Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles
Prince Charles and Camilla enjoys an evening of music and drama at their home in Wales. Pictured: Prince Charles and Camilla continue to laugh after a bubble bee took a liking to the Prince of Wales during their visit to the Orokonui Ecosanctuary on Nov. 5, 2015 in Dunedin, New Zealand. Getty Images/Rob Jefferies

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles recently spent a romantic evening together at their home in Wales.

According to Isabella Sullivan, a journalist for Daily Express, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall recently traveled to Wales. On Tuesday, they visited the Second Severn Crossing over the River Severn. The royal couple was very busy, but during the evening, they took a break and enjoyed a night of music and drama at their Welsh home.

Camilla and Prince Charles were photographed strolling in the gardens of their home. The duchess wore an elegant icy-blue midi dress that is fitted around the bust and sleeves with pleated detailing and white floral patterns. She paired it with nude court shoes. Camilla accessorized with her favorite pearl necklace that's held together with a brooch, pearl drop-down earrings and a gold and blue bracelet.

Earlier that day, Prince Charles and Camilla visited Llangwm in Wales. The village held its annual festival fortnight which celebrates the wide range of skills, sports and talent in the community. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were even photographed with schoolchildren.

The two royals were also introduced to two magnificent Shire horses at the Dyfed Shire horse farm in Pembrokeshire. The family farm has been breeding Dyfed Shire horses for almost four decades. Camilla was also given a tour around the farm, while Prince Charles met the members of the congregation during a visit to St. Gwenog's Church in Llanwenog.

In related news, Prince Charles and Camilla have embraced Kate Middleton's habit of recycling outfits. The couple reportedly repeated their outfits in Ireland.

In addition, Camilla opted to rewear her outfit from Prince Charles' garden party in May during the second day of the Royal Ascot. The Duchess of Cornwall sported the same mint-green dress, necklace, snakeskin clutch, white gloves and hat.

"Camilla clearly isn't afraid of people noticing her new habit of recycling her apparel, and she looks chic and confident while doing it," Town & Country wrote.

Just like Camilla and Middleton, Meghan Markle is expected to rewear her dresses. According to royal biographer Katie Nicholl, considering the quality and price tags of the Duchess of Sussex's wardrobe, "it would be criminal not to re-wear them."