Prince Charles and Camilla in Ghana on second Africa stop

Prince Charles and Camilla in Ghana on second Africa stop

Prince Charles and Camilla in Ghana on second Africa stop

Prince of Wales, Prince Charles has observed and kept the Sabbath Day holy as he joined Christians to worship at the Accra Ridge Church as part of his five-day visit in Ghana.

The book focuses on the relationship between the Queen and her daughter-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall, and claims that after two decades, it has never blossomed. So we are very happy to have you here. Meanwhile, Camilla, who is President of the Women of the World Festival, will attend an event featuring Ghana's top female leaders.

During his trip, the prince visited the British-established Medical Research Council (MRC) and The Gambia Armed Forces Training School in Fajara, after being treated to a state banquet at State House in Banjul. "Some of them were happy, some of them not so happy".

"I also call on the United Kingdom with whom we have close historical ties to continue to support us through enhancing trade, investment and economic cooperation", he said. The Prince and The Duchess will then attend a traditional durbar or procession at the palace with the Asantehene and local chiefs.

Prince Charles would also meet with a number of British Ghanaians doing various businesses.

In February, Gambia was accepted back into the Commonwealth of Nations made up mostly of countries that were once British colonies.

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, are taking a page from sons William and Harry and their wives by posing in a series of intimate photos for Vanity Fair to complement the magazine's candid interview with the heir apparent.

As Britain prepares to leave the European Union in 2019, the prince aims to "celebrate the UK's dynamic, forward-looking partnerships" with Commonwealth nations, a statement announcing the African tour had said.

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