Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla enjoyed a day of relaxation in Perth on Friday (13.11.15).
The couple - who are currently on a royal tour of Australia - took time out of their busy schedule to relax at Government House in Perth, before resuming their duties in Western Australia.
On Saturday (14.11.15), the royals will visit Albany for a log chopping demonstration at the Albany Agricultural Show, before making a trip to Mt Adelaide and the National ANZAC Centre to mark the centenary of the Gallipoli landings.
Saturday is also Charles' 67th birthday and he will celebrate his special day with a barbecue hosted by Premier Colin Barnett in the picturesque pine gardens at the Cottesloe Civic Centre . State Premier Colin Barnett will host the bash and has promised to give the couple a taste of "the very best West Australian produce".
This is not the first time that Charles has visited Cottesloe beach; in 1979 he was pictured receiving a kiss on the cheek from model Jane Priest as they waded through the surf.
Charles and Camilla will fly back to the UK on Sunday (15.11.15).