Le Prince Charles inquiet pour le bébé du prince Harry et Meghan Markle

À peine le prince Harry et Meghan Markle sont-ils de retour de leur première tournée dans le Pacifique, que c’est au tour du prince Charles et Camilla Parker-Bowles de partir en représentation à l’étranger. L’héritier au trône et son épouse se sont envolés pour neuf jours de visites et de rencontres officielles en Afrique de l’Ouest, en Gambie, au Ghana et au Nigeria.

On the second day in Ghana this week, His Royal Highness visited a cocoa farm where he was introduced to the Chief of Kona, Nana Konadu Yiadom Kumanin IV. He was presented with this portrait, painted by a local artist. #RoyalVisitGhana Follow @clarencehouse for more. Accompanied by the farm owner, Mr. Agyin Brefo, His Royal Highness takes a tour of the farm to see production and post-production of cocoa. In March 2017 HRH the Prince of Wales launched the Cocoa and Forests Initiative (CFI). Under the CFI, 34 international chocolate and cocoa companies committed to ending deforestation caused by cocoa growing. Ghana is currently the second largest global cocoa producer accounting for 20% of global production. His Royal Highness also visited Kumasi New Market, which is being regenerated for 10,000 traders.

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The Duchess of Sussex with The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall during today’s celebrations marking The Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday alongside representatives of his charities, Patronages and military affiliations.

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