Prince Charles has been spotted for the first time since the newest bombshell claims were made against him.
During the Sussexes bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, Markle made the shocking claim that unnamed members of the royal family had voiced "concerns" about "how dark" her son Archie's complexion would be.
All eyes turned on Prince Charles after circulating reports began suggesting that he was the royal Markle was referring to in the interview.
As reported by Page Six, a source who contributed to the upcoming royal tell-all Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives Of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan, claimed that Prince Charles was the one who was concerned about the unborn baby's skin tone.
However, a palace source has since alleged that the claims against the source are "fiction and not worth further comment," although the Prince himself has yet to address the allegations.
On Sunday, November 28, the 73-year-old royal was photographed while arriving in Barbados as the country prepares to celebrate the creation of a republic.
The Caribbean Nation will officially become a republic this week as Queen Elizabeth has been removed as their head of state.
Representing England on behalf of the Queen, Prince Charles is set to attend the ceremony in Barbados' capital of Bridgetown to deliver a speech. According to Reuters the royal is planning on "highlighting the continuing friendship of the two nations despite the change in constitutional status," in his address.
Scroll through the images below to see Prince Charles arriving in Barbados over the weekend.
Prince Charles arrived at Grantley Adams Airport on Sunday ahead of the nation's celebratory events.
He was masked up for a conversation with Barbados' President-elect Sandra Mason.
He was dressed in a classic navy suit with a white undershirt and a light blue tie as he disembarked the RAF Voyager.
The special occasion was celebrated with a band of young musicians with patriotic blue and gold instruments.
The Duke of Cornwall stood alongside Mason during the playing of the national anthems and a Guard of Honor ceremony.