Camilla dressed in an elegant white dress with a summery straw bag and matching nude shoes for the couple's first engagement of the day in the capital city of Accra, where they were welcomed at Jubilee House by President Nana Akufo-Addo and the First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo.
Prince Charles and Camilla are visiting The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria through 8 November at the request of the United Kingdom government to "celebrate the UK's dynamic, forward-looking partnerships with these Commonwealth Nations on a range of shared priorities". So many of our values are influenced by British traditions and institutional arrangements and a lot of the people who are living in your place are doing well; they are well treated.
Following the breakup, Queen Elizabeth came to Ghana in 1961 - a visit signalling that the two countries were ready to fix severed ties.
Prince Charles would later meet with key players in the cocoa industry to discuss ways to sustain the country's mostprofitable resources and local policymakers to discuss renovations and reuse of the historic landmark, as part of efforts to redevelop the Accra beach front.
British Royals arrive in Ghana.
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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.
Lastly, they wrapped up the day with President Barrow of The Gambia who hosted a State Dinner for them.
The Prince of Wales, who succeeded his mother in April, Queen Elizabeth II, head of Commonwealth countries and the Duchess of Cornwall, landed at the Banjul airport in the early evening.
They were met by government officials with the Speaker of Parliament, Prof Mike Ocquaye spearheading the delegation.
The Banquet will be attended by senior dignitaries, British nationals, a cross-section of Ghanaians and prominent figures from the areas of business, arts, culture and the media.