The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Kumasi, Ghana for day 5 of their East Africa royal tour on Sunday and Camilla looks elegant in neutral colors.
A day of official engagements awaited the couple as Prince Charles and Camilla got welcomed at the Manhiya Palace by King Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II, the Asantahene as well as local Chiefs and religious leaders.
Camilla arrived in Ghana in a pretty green floral dress, a pair of low-heeled cream shoes with a classic pearl necklace and matching earrings, with her signature hairstyle. An ensemble the Duchess has been seen wearing often since 2011 and seen as recently as July during a visit to Wales.
Prince Charles and Camilla had tea with the King of Ghana’s Asante people, Prince Charles went on to visit the New Kumai Market while Camilla attended a literacy event at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
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On Thursday evening the couple attended a Gambian state dinner where Camilla stunned in a beautiful Anna Valentine dress, accessorized with the show-stopping Van Cleef & Arpels Magic Alhambra earrings.
Prince Charles looked handsome donning a navy suit, white shirt, with a pale blue tie and a red clover pinned to his lapel.
Their first few days of the tour started off in Gambia, and upon their arrival, Camilla wore a beautifully tailored dress coat featuring gold embroidery and trousers and finishing off her look with a neutral clutch bag and wedge heels during their first engagements, including an official welcome with cultural performances at the Coco Ocean Hotel.
Prince Charles and Camilla wed in 2005 after a short engagement of two months when Charles proposed with an inherited ring from this grandmother.
Camilla won’t become Queen when Prince Charles becomes King and will be known as the Princess Consort. She assists Prince Charles with his royal duties even more so now with the transition of power between Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles.
The royal couple will spend nine days on their tour through Gambia, Ghana, and Nigeria, but firstly celebrating Gambia’s return into the Commonwealth in February.