Gambia visit of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Gambia and began their Royal visit to West Africa. The Prince and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived at Banjul International Airport Wednesday evening and were welcomed by President of The Republic of Gambia, Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. The Prince and The Duchess attended an official welcoming reception, and there, they met with representatives from the Chevening Awards and Commonwealth Scholarships Alumni.
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Official Photos of the welcoming ceremony of Their Royal Highnesses, at the Stade House in Banjul. November 01, 2018.
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
On November 1, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall attended a welcoming ceremony at the McCarthy Square in Banjul, as part of an official visit in Gambia.
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
On November 1, 2018, The Duchess of Cornwall and the First Lady Fatou Bah-Barrow visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School. The Royal Highness and First Lady saw kids that are aspiring to enter the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition.
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
On November 1, The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall attended a memorial ceremony during a visit at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Fajara.
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
Prince Charles, President Mr. Adama Barrow and his wife Mrs. Bah-Barrow. Duchess Camilla visited the St. Therese’s Upper Basic School
In the evening, President Adama Barrow and Mrs Bah-Barrow held a state dinner at Presidential Palace in honour of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
President Adama Barrow and Mrs Bah-Barrow held a state dinner at Presidential Palace

13 comments:

  1. The turquoise top is a beautiful color on Camilla (I'd love to see her in deep rose-pink, too). The ethnic full pants topped with a long tunic is certainly a safe choice; however, in honesty I think that tea-length dresses, or even long dresses like those worn by her hostess (which would have been a charming gesture) would have looked prettier and a bit more appropriate for being greeted by the presidential couple.

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  2. I like these trouser and tunic combos that the Duchess of Cornwall wears so well on visits abroad. Very dignified and elegant. I love the turquoise top in the second outfit.Good on her for going to Gambia as she apparently hot temperatures make her quite unwell.

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  3. Camilla looks so good. She really wears these flowy clothes well.

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  4. Perfect tayloring and beautiful colours for Camilla. Flawless...

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  5. Very nice and dignified. The green tunic is a lovely spot of colour. Camilla looks tired, but keeps soldering on.

    JV

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  6. Prince of Wales looks great and youthful, much more younger than 70 years.I like Mrs Bah Barrow both outfits the white traditional and the western black gown .

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    1. Charles is wearing single breasted suits. Much more youthful.

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  7. Camilla moet haar haren laten knippen, eens een ander korter kapsel, 10 cm eraf zou al goed zijn.

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  8. The tunic and trousers look lovely - cool but covered up. I love the turquoise one in particular.

    The evening dress is nice and Mrs. Bah-Barrow also looks good.

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  9. It is the Camilla look for visiting Africa or Asia.Love it!!!

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  10. Dss Camilla looks great. She wears lovely outfits to these overseas trips.

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  11. Camilla looks better whwn she is abroad, these flowy caftans and dresses are just lovely and appropiatte

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  12. Camilla is aging so beautifully, she looks very good. Especially the turquoise combo is very becoming to her. Love how good time she and Charles are still having together.

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