Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

3 photos of the British Royals as they arrive in Ghana

3 photos of the British Royals as they arrive in Ghana

In fact, as reported by the Daily Express, Andrew Morton, the author of the book Diana: Her True Story, says that prince Charles has always wanted to have a daughter.

Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall will be visiting Commonwealth countries in the region including Nigeria and Ghana, over a period of nine days.

Charles and Camilla posed with Gambia's President Adama Barrow and his wife Fatou Bah-Barrow on the first day of their visit.

The guard was mounted by 96 men and three officers, led by Captain Darlington Nana K. Koomson. "This will be the first visit to The Gambia for us both although we have heard so many wonderful things about the beauty of its natural environment and the resilience of its people".

A visibly elated Prince Charles was seen in a hearty chat with President Akufo-Addo about the pictures, which showed him in military uniform inspecting a guard of honour in Ghana.

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The Royal plane CS-TFY, with blue and white colours touched down at the runway at 1348 hours.

On the first day of her visit, Camilla shone out in a knee-length turquoise tunic and white flared pants to meet President Adama Barrow at the State House in The Gambia.

Prince Charles and his wife visited a medical research facility run by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and an armed forces training center, where Gambian troops are preparing for a peacekeeping mission in Sudan.

In the evening the royal couple attended a reception held by the British High Commissioner, Iain Walker.

No sooner had Mr Walker left Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall than the couple appeared with the Prince of Wales in front. The royal couple will leave for Ghana on Friday and then to Nigeria on November 6. The event would be attended by senior dignitaries, British nationals, a cross-section of Ghanaians and prominent figures from business, arts, culture and the media. The last visit was by Princess Anne in 1990.

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