Prince Charles and Camilla showed that they were not afraid of getting sticky fingers on a trip to an ice cream parlour in Denmark, part of their eight-day tour of Scandinavia.
The royals were left licking their lips after being served impressively large ice cream cones at Brostraede Flode-IS, the oldest ice cream shop in Denmark
The Duchess of Cornwall in particular showed she wasn't afraid to get stuck in, posing for the camera with some of the creamy treat dripping from her mouth.
Wearing long black leather gloves and a colourful pink and purple scarf, Camilla showed her playful side during the trip to Elsinore, or Helsingør.
The town is perhaps most well known as setting of William Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are to take part in a Hamlet workshop at Kronborg Castle in Elsinore, where the play is set.
Camilla is also due to meet Sofie Grabol, who plays Sarah Lund in The Killing, said to be one of the Duchess of Cornwall's favourite TV shows.
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