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In the photos, it's unclear if she was fully barefoot, or padding around the beach with her stockings on, but we'd prefer to think she had the sand between her toes this morning.
As reporter Carolyn Durand pointed out, the Prince of Wales is quite passionate about the ocean, and a supporter or reducing the amount of plastics that make it into the water.
Lovely photos from @PA of #PrinceCharles and #Camilla #DuchessofCornwall on the beach in County Kerry Ireland. The Prince of Wales has been an advocate of reducing plastics that harm our oceans pic.twitter.com/ENeAgPCzfH— Carolyn Durand (@CarolynDurand) June 15, 2018
"The nightmare result of eight million tonnes of plastic entering the ocean every year is set to get worse rather than better," he said at a meeting of environmentalists at the British Academy in London in January.
"We cannot, indeed must not, allow this situation to continue."
The Prince has worked for many years to promote sustainability and has highlighted the issue of plastic in the oceans.— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) June 15, 2018
HRH said in 2017: “I find it sobering to think that almost all the plastic ever produced is still here somewhere on the planet in one form or another.” pic.twitter.com/86RzItFpgI
Charles and Camilla are currently on a royal tour of both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. They started their trip in Northern Ireland earlier this week, where they visited a memorial garden dedicated to the victims of the 1998 Omagh car bomb, spent a few hours in a local woodshop, and toured a new hospital facility.
During the Republic of Ireland portion of the trip, Charles and Camilla have visited the English Market in Cork (learn you how you, too, can visit the famous trading center here) and Muckross House, a historic home in Killarney National Park.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.