Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall threw a masked ball in the gardens of Clarence House on Tuesday evening in aid of conservation charity the Elephant Family.
The royal couple were joined be guests including model of the moment Cara Delevingne and Jerry Hall.
Keeping with the evening’s theme, Prince Charles sported a golden mask with a tiger design, while the Duchess of Cornwall dazzled with a sparkling elephant mask.
“I am slightly anxious about this thing, I can’t see a thing,” the Prince joked to guests.
As the future King and the Duchess mingled with the evening’s guests, the couple were spotted chatting to model Cara Delevingne, who attended with her parents and sister Poppy.
Charles took the time to ‘admire’ Cara’s tattoos on her hand, one being the face of a tiger, the Daily Mail reports.
The evening’s location provided a stunning setting as it was held in the gardens of Clarence House, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall’s official London residence.
During the ball, the couple spent time chatting to the 400 guests including Jerry Hall and former cricketer Imran Khan, before the guests moved next door to Lancaster House, for a fundraising Animal Ball.
The Elephant Family supports the endangered Asian elephant, fundraising to prevent the extinction of the beautiful elephant.
The charity, founded by Camilla’s brother, Mark Shand, has so far invested over £6million in the endangered animal, making it the UK’s biggest funder for the elephant’s conservation.