PRINCE Charles could be on his own during the Commonwealth Games amid reports his wife Camilla will not be making the journey Down Under.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were set to fly Britain's royal flag on the Gold Coast, before taking a holiday in the Sunshine State.

But according to Sunrise, Prince Charles will not be accompanied by his wife during the April visit.

Media reports suggested the Duchess was "not great at long haul travel".

The royal couple last visited Queensland in 2012, when they had a series of Outback engagements.

They were officially invited to the Commonwealth Games by Premier ­Anna-stacia Palaszczuk last March.

A spokeswoman for the Office of the Commonwealth Games said they had not received official confirmation on any changes to the couple's travel plans.


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