Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and actor Dame Judi Dence were photographed together during Camilla's recent tour of the Isle of Wight.
As reported by The Mirror, the temperatures were rising and the unlikely duo turned to ice cream to keep them cool. It got messy when the ice cream began to melt!
Camilla paid a visit to Queen Victoria's Osborne Home in the Isle of Wight, and Dame Judi had portrayed the iconic queen in a few films.
She is also the patron of the Friends of Osborne House and offered to accompany Camilla on her trip. Read more on our Twitter, @amomama_usa.
The Duchess wore an elegant white dress with a frilly collar and long sleeves while Dame Judi chose a white top and casual light grey coat.
The pair were seen laughing and having a good time together, and Dame Judi also showed her the Durbar Room. It was featured in one of her earlier movies.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert bought Osborne house 73 years ago, but it was returned to the state after her death in 1901.
It was one of Queen Victoria's favorite homes, and today the house is a popular tourist spot managed by Engish Heritage. Tourists can visit it all year round.
According to People, the house was built some time between 1845 and 1851 and was designed by Camilla's great-great-grandfather Thomas Cubitt.
Cubitt was also the architect responsible for the main facade at Buckingham Palace, a feature he designed in 1847.
Fans of Dame Judi Dench can look forward to her upcoming appearances. She is currently filming Six Minutes to Midnight and portrays the role of Miss Rocholl.
Artemis Fowl is in post-production and will be released later this year. She was cast as Commander Root.
She also portrayed the part of Joan Stanley in Red Joan. The film is in post-production as well and will be released next year.