In central London, Charles and Camilla attend a live performance together.
In downtown London, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall attended a live concert together.
On Thursday evening, Charles, 72, and Camilla, 73, went to see The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House in a rare night out after the lockdown.
They saw Balanchine and Robbins, a documentary about the two great American choreographers.
Charles was dressed in a suit, while Camilla was dressed in a blue silk snowdrop print dress by Fiona Clare, one of her favorite designers.
Both wore face masks when they arrived, before briefly speaking with Alex Beard, the Royal Opera House’s chief executive, Sir Simon Robey, temporary chairman, and Kevin O’Hare, the Royal Ballet’s director.
Before attending a reception to meet the singers and Royal Opera House employees, the couple watched the show in private.
Mayara Magri, a ballerina, stated, “I can’t tell you how happy we are to having them here.”
“The prince expressed his delight at being able to watch a live performance once more, and I reminded him that it was the same for us to be here, performing.
“It’s absolutely fantastic and thrilling. It was wonderful to have them here.”
Charles is the Royal Ballet’s President and the Royal Opera House’s Patron.
Indoor events with socially separated performances were permitted beginning May 17.
The Royal Opera House has reopened, but at a reduced capacity of 40 percent to allow for social separation.