At the evening's State Dinner, Prince Charles spoke of the bonds between the people of the United Kingdom and The Gambia, saying, "We have also been fortunate to meet so many people who are making a profound difference to this partnership, whether British or Gambian or, indeed, one of the countless people who have a home in both countries and are, in so many ways, a living bridge between us".
Then in 1977, the Queen's first born, Prince Charles, visited the country for the first time.
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Prince Charles of Britain on Thursday praised Gambians for rejecting "autocratic" rule and giving democracy a chance.
He called on the two countries to commit to addressing The Gambia's urgent needs such as resource depletion, youth unemployment and rapid urbanisation with the help of Commonwealth member states.
"We are friends and partners, and once again we are both members of the Commonwealth family of nations", the prince said in Banjul.More news: USA charges financier, former Goldman bankers for 1MDB
Barrow, who won a December 2016 election that Jammeh rejected, is attempting to rehabilitate Gambia's image overseas. "It's a relationship that we value". And of course, Camilla didn't disappoint with her first outfit choice, just like Meghan - opting to wear a beautifully tailored dress coat and pants for their first engagements, which included an official welcome and a traditional cultural performance at the Coco Ocean Hotel. This will be The Duchess of Cornwall's first visit to Nigeria. The last visit was by Princess Anne in 1990.
But his reign began to fall in December 2016, when he suffered an electoral defeat at the hands of Barrow, the opposition leader. He flew into self-imposed exile in Equatorial Guinea.More news: Heidi Klum wins Halloween in Shrek costume