Queen Elizabeth daughter, Princess Anne, will be in Ghana today on a two-day visit.
An announcement from Buckingham Palace Princess Anne has an affection for Ghana, having gone to three times in the previous ten years.
The visit will probably rotate around the fortifying of relations between the UK and the Commonwealth, of which Ghana is a part.
Princess Anne’s last appearance in Ghana was in 2011 where she embraced a progression of engagements to advance and celebrate respective connections.
The news of Anne’s visit to West Africa comes after it was discovered that she is the most hardworking royal lady in 2017.
Having worked a sum of 44 days since the begin of the year, Anne has right now attempted around a fourth of The Royal Family’s whole workload.
Ghana is one of only a handful couple of nations being gone by in 2017 outside of Europe.
The announcement included that the visit “will likewise strengthen the quality and profundity of our reciprocal relations. Ghana is denoting its 60th Anniversary with subjects of reflection, festivity, test and fellowship. Its association with the UK epitomizes only that – based on profound social and social ties and a mutual future.”
The Princess Royal is relied upon to meet various dignitaries including the Asantehene, Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II at the Royal Palace in Kumasi and previous President Kufuor.
Her visit comes after comparable ones by previous British Prime Minister, Tony Blair and Britain’s Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson.