The royal couple is expected to visit Ghana before ending their trip in Nigeria on November 6 - 8.
He performed a simple jig and rattled a calabash instrument as he found his rhythm. "It's a relationship that we value". The Prince and The Duchess will then attend a traditional durbar or procession at the palace with the Asantehene and local chiefs. Mike Ocquaye and other top Ghanaian government officials.
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.
The explosive claims were revealed in "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles", the latest book by self-styled royal author Tom Bower.
As Britain prepares to leave the European Union in 2019, the prince aims to "celebrate the UK's dynamic, forward-looking partnerships" with Commonwealth nations, a statement announcing the African tour had said.
The statement said many specially invited guests who shared the same birthday as Prince Charles, would attend the event.
Continuing her current trend of rewearing pieces that she's stepped out in before, Kate's classic midi dress, with elegant flute sleeves and a modern shoulder shape, was first seen on the Duchess during her official visit to Canada in 2016.
Traditionally, the British and Asante people have enjoyed long-standing ties and this dates back to more than three centuries.