Ahead of the visit, Prince Charles said he was delighted to be returning to Ghana which he first visited more than 40 years ago.
He said the United Kingdom remains committed to bolstering historic ties with the former British colony which returned to the Commonwealth last February, five years after withdrawing from the 54-member organization of mainly English-speaking nations.
"We know the relations between our two countries go back centuries". But we are in the happier period now.
Additionally, the pair will visit the Christiansborg Castle, a once British-owned slave fort, which served as a seat of Ghana's government for decades. On Saturday, the Prince and Duchess will visit Kumasi to meet His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Ashantehene, at the Manhyia Palace and will attend a traditional procession with the Ashantehene and local chiefs.
Prince Charles may have chosen the simple moves because he was keen to avoid being mocked like Theresa May was when she danced with kids in Nigeria earlier this year.
Husband Prince Charles looked dapper, too, choosing a navy double-breasted suit and a pretty floral buttonhole for his arrival. The Prince will also meet with Ghanaian and global business leaders to discuss sustainable practice in Ghana's cocoa industry.
Prince Charles, in a brief message, said his visit was a moment to celebrate the warm, enduring relationship and shared ambition for the Commonwealth. 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.