Camilla looks radiant in a white kaftan with gold embroidery as she arrives in The Gambia

Rodolfo Vieira
Nov 05, 2018
10:46 A.M.
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Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles landed on the Gambia to start their 9-day tour through the African country and they were received with a ceremonial welcome.


The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are scheduled to spend some quality time visiting the Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria.

As reported by Hello! Magazine, in order to make a good impression, the Duchess stepped out of the aircraft wearing a white Kaftan embellished with gold embroidery.

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The 71-year-old looked stunning and matched her top with a pair of wide-legged pants, as well as a neutral clutch bag and wedge heels.



The royal couple met Adama Barrow, the President of The Gambia, as well as one of his wives. It is a known fact that Barrow practices polygamy and shares four children with his two partners.

After the ceremonial welcome, which consisted of dancers wearing traditional outfits, Charles and Camilla headed to the Coco Ocean Hotel, where they enjoyed yet another cultural performance.



The couple is expected to attend several joint engagements, as well as solo ones; The Duchess, for instance, will be visiting a school to meet young students who aspire to enter The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition.

As for the Prince of Wales, he will be given a tour of the work done at the Medical Research Center, which is a faculty of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.



Charles and Camilla started their tour on Wednesday, the same day that marked the end of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal tour in Australia, which lasted for 16 days.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently expecting their first child and they couldn't be more excited about it, especially Harry, who has mentioned the future royal baby on several occasions.