Washington, March 14 : Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall surprised everyone by jamming in Jamaica.
The royal couple, who are on a Caribbean tour to promote environmental protection, joined Rastafarian musicians for a drum session outside the old home of reggae legend Bob Marley.
The pair had a blast by beating the bongos as part of a local drum session on March 12, reports People.
The royals also toured Marley's home-turned-museum with his widow, Rita, and sons Robert and Rohan.
Charles and Camilla viewed memorabilia such as tour photos and a Gibson guitar favoured by the singer, who rose to international stardom before dying of cancer at 36.
Earlier in the day, Charles planted a seedling in Rose Town, where his Foundation for the Built Environment is supporting revitalization projects.