Thereafter they visited the Commonwealth War Graves where they were joined by the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward who is also visiting the country.
The couple attended a reception for Chevening alumni, which is a programme that helps Commonwealth students to study in the United Kingdom through scholarships and fellowships, Gambian Commonwealth athletes and High Commission staff.
The Duchess met a 7-week-old baby at the reception, as well as inspirational women from across the community. Husband Prince Charles looked dapper, too, choosing a navy double-breasted suit and a pretty floral buttonhole for his arrival. He turns 70 on 14 November. From the snapshots of the royal couple taking a romantic stroll through their garden and cuddled up on a couch, it's clear that Charles and Camilla - who have been married for 13 years - are just as happy now as they were on their wedding day in 2005.