Since marrying the Prince of Wales in 2005, Camilla Parker-Bowles has shown herself to be a Duchess with a right royal sense of humour.
And proving to be a better sport than ever, the Duchess of Cornwall stood good-naturedly between the wings of a mural at a photocall for the royal visit to Liverpool on February 12.
Dressed in a royal blue coat and black trousers, the 71-year-old smiled and laughed for the cameras despite the biting British cold.
The street piece in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle was created by artist Paul Curtis.
Prince Charles and Camilla had a jam-packed schedule for their whirlwind visit to the city which included appearances at a number of community organisations and charities.
The royal couple stopped by the University of Liverpool to meet President Michael D Higgins of Ireland, while Camilla went solo to a children's literacy event at Liverpool Central Library.
The Duchess of Cornwall is known for seeing the lighter side of things at official engagements and is often photographed laughing heartily with her husband and other senior members of the royal family.
Camilla has previously been pictured getting up close and personal with some miniature donkeys on a trip to Kentucky, as well as posing between two Shetland ponies at an animal welfare event.