Prince Charles was recently photographed in his swim trunks during his trip to the Caribbean with Camilla Parker Bowles. However, he is not the only member of the royal family who has stepped out in a bathing suit.

Several years ago, Prince Harry also went to the Caribbean with his then-girlfriend Chelsy Davy. The Duke of Sussex was photographed sitting on a yacht half-naked. In the throwback photo, Prince Harry is wearing orange board shorts.

Before dating Prince Harry, Meghan Markle was also photographed in her swimsuit during her trip to Jamaica with her ex-husband Trevor Engelson. The Duchess of Sussex also regularly uploads photos of herself in her two-piece on her Instagram account.

In 2006, Prince William and Kate Middleton were not married yet but they decided to travel to Ibiza for a short vacation. While there, the couple was photographed in their swim attire. Prince William wore red board shorts, while Middleton donned a skimpy white two-piece.

Several years ago, Princess Diana also went on a holiday in the Caribbean with her sons Prince William and Prince Harry. In one of the photos, the late Princess of Wales is wearing a pinkish-red two-piece swimsuit while dipping in the waters.

And in 1988, she wore a colorful floral two-piece swimsuit during her trip to Majorca with her family.

Lady Amelia Windsor, the cousin of Prince William and Prince Harry also caused a stir last year after she was photographed topless in Ibiza. At that time, Windsor was on holiday with her sister Marina.

In 1953, around the time of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation, Her Majesty was photographed in her swimsuit and swim cap. In the snap, the monarch is playing with her younger sister, Princess Margaret, who was also in her swimsuit.

Two years earlier, Prince Philip was photographed in his swimming trunks during his trip to Turkey. Prince Philip is a huge fan of water sports that’s why it was common to see him skiing years ago.

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The royal family enjoys dipping the pool or the beach. Pictured: Royal family attend a reception to mark the 50th Anniversary of the investiture of The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace in London on March 5, 2019. Getty Images/Dominic Lipinski/AFP