Prince Charles of Wales first visited Ghana since 1977.
The doting dad-of-two Charles - whose son Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle announced in October that they were having their first child together - has previously opened up about being a grandfather, saying: "It's a different part of your life".
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall arrived The Gambia on Wednesday which is the first stop of their tour of West Africa and since their arrival, the royal couple has gotten up to quite a number of things.
The main reason for the visit is to strengthen diplomatic ties between Ghana and the United Kingdom and would highlight key themes within the Commonwealth of Nations.
Following the breakup, Queen Elizabeth came to Ghana in 1961 - a visit signalling that the two countries were ready to fix severed ties.
They were met by government officials with the Speaker of Parliament, Prof Mike Ocquaye spearheading the delegation.
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Charles and Camilla are on their fourth day of a tour of west Africa. "Some of them were happy, some of them not so happy".
The royals landed on Friday afternoon in Accra where they walked down a red carpet at the start of their five-day stay. "It's a relationship that we value", Nana Akufo-Addo said.
The couple will return to London just in time for Prince Charles' landmark 70th birthday on November 14.
Once portrayed as "the other woman" by the British media, one royal correspondent described Camilla as "my favorite royal, by a country mile", according to the magazine.
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.