HAVANA, March 25th Prince Charles and the Duchess Camilla toured Old Havana accompanied by the historian of the city Eusebio Leal.During the journey through the historic center of the city members of the British royal house were with the United Kingdom ambassador in Cuba.
Carlos could be seen wearing a light gray suit and Camila, who tried to contain the effects of the sun by wearing an umbrella, a light blue dress.
They both contemplated a statue of the playwright William Shakespeare, while Eusebio Leal acted as tour guide. The tour aroused strong mediatic expectation with the cameramen following in the footsteps of Prince Charles of Wales and his wife Camilla.
Its presence on the island is part of a 10-day tour of the Caribbean, with first stops in San Vicente, the Grenadines, San Cristóbal and Nieves; It will conclude next week in the Cayman Islands.
His first public act in the Cuban capital was a tribute to José Martí before his monument in the Plaza de la Revolución. Miguel Díaz-Canel announced Monday that he will receive them and hold talks. In fact, the Cuban leader said he was going to show them with “pride” the nation “we are”.
This comment, which he spread on his Twitter account, is produced while the country is still immersed in an economic and food crisis. and Camilla with the president is expected to occur at the end of the day on Monday.