Prince Charles and Camilla’s Visit to Ghana: The Resemblance Between The Prince And His Son Becomes More Striking
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were a hit back to back as they toured Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand.
How well did the Sussexes do?
Comments on the Kensington Palace Twitter timeline show how much fans appreciated the efforts of the couple during the tour, and many described their first official tour with kind words.
However, Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, have also embarked on a tour. Their destination is West Africa and, interestingly, they are striking familiar chords in the hearts of fans.
Like father, like son
A Twitter fan was quick to note that now that Charles and Camilla are on their tour, there are many similarities being pointed out in comparison to Harry and Meghan.
One fan, @WayAheadUK, remarked that the two couples bore marked evidence of a hard working spirit despite packed schedules. Indeed, they have all been able to engage skillfully with the people they interacted with.
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Other than the work ethic both men seem to share, there is also a marked physical resemblance between the father and son: The eyes, nose, and mouth say it all.
Meanwhile, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is also receiving attention.
In a video where the royal pair were being thrilled by football antics, she was a lovely sport as she kept using her fan as a form of bat, trying to hit the ball! She was relaxed and having the time of her life.
The warm welcome
As part of the hospitality that the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall enjoyed, they were treated to an energetic dance and acrobats performance.
Of course, afterward, the pair was kind enough to convey their enjoyment to the performers personally.
With the colorful culture of West Africa, indeed, the royal pair will have the time of their lives while spreading goodwill.
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