Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla were caught kissing in a rare PDA-filled appearance Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images
IQALUIT, NU - JUNE 29: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales listen to traditional throat singers during an official welcome ceremony at Nunavut Legislative Assembley during a 3 day official visit to Canada on June 29, 2017 in Iqaluit, Canada. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Prince Charles and wife Duchess Camilla exchanged a sweet public kiss in a rare moment that was all caught on camera!

According to E! News, the couple reunited in Singapore on Monday after flying separately to begin their 11-day trip through Southeast Asia and India. It is very rare for members of the monarchy to be photographed engaging in public displays of affection as they are representatives of the monarchy.

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Charles and Camilla have reportedly only been photographed kissing on two other occasions since they were first introduced in the 70s.

The first time was at a Somerset House reception in 2001 and the second occasion was just months after their 2005 wedding.

The couple were first introduced in 1971 and dated for two years before they broke up. Charles went on to marry the late Princess Diana and Camilla married Andrew Parker Bowles but both divorced in 1996. They got together soon after and married on April 9, 2005.

Nicole is a content editor with Rare. 
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