Prince Charles and wife Camila arrive in Ghana

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It's been a busy year for the royals, with the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third child Prince Louis in April, Harry and Meghan's wedding in May and their baby announcement.

British Royals, Prince Charles together with his wife Camila who is visiting Ghana for the first time have arrived in Ghana for a five day historic visit which is supposed to end on Tuesday, November 2018. The visit solidified Ghana and the United Kingdom's strong ties, and proved that the two nations are more than diplomatic allies, they're friends.

After his visit to The Gambia, he is proceeding to Ghana. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh previously visited in 1961.

The royals stepped onto the tarmac at Kotoka International Airport to the sounds of a military parade, and the Duchess of Cornwall, who shielded herself from the powerful African sun with a parasol, was presented with a colourful bunch of flowers on the red carpet. Meanwhile, Camilla, who is President of the Women of the World Festival, will attend an event featuring Ghana's top female leaders. "It's a relationship that we value".

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The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles marked their final evening in The Gambia the only way royals do - with a lavish banquet and their finest fashion favourites! It would be recalled that the Prince of Wales's last visit to Ghana was in March 1977. On Saturday, the Prince and Duchess will visit Kumasi to meet His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Ashantehene, at the Manhyia Palace and will attend a traditional procession with the Ashantehene and local chiefs.

The royals landed on Friday afternoon in Accra where they walked down a red carpet at the start of their five-day stay.

While in The Gambia, Charles delivered a speech congratulating the country for turning its back on "autocratic" rule at home and returning to the Commonwealth fold in February, after the country's exiled authoritarian former leader Yahya Jammeh fled the country previous year.

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