Prior to Charles’ travels, Clarence House said in a statement, which was provided to the publication, the Duchess would not be accompanying the Duke.
“The Duchess of Cornwall has been told by her doctor to cancel her engagements owing to a chest infection which has got progressively worse over the last few days,” the statement read.
Clarence House then tweeted: “The Prince of Wales will visit India from 13th-14th November as part of The Royal Highnesses’ Autumn tour, to celebrate British-Indian connections.
“HRH will carry out engagements in New Delhi with a focus on sustainable markets, climate and change and social finance”.
Despite her presence at the Remembrance Sunday service, Camilla couldn’t attend a gala dinner to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Prince Albert’s birth place.
Her absence in India means that she will also miss out on celebrating Charles’ birthday on November 14.
Ahead of his arrival in India, Charles posted his first ever message to his Clarence House Instagram page on Tuesday.
“I did just want to convey my warmest best wishes to all of you in the Sikh Community in the United Kingdom, and across the Commonwealth, on the 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji,” the Duke captioned a photo of himself and Camilla.
He added: “My wife and I wanted you to know just how much your community is valued and admired by us all, and that our thoughts are with you at this very special time.”