It has been two years since Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall made major trips abroad. Indeed, the couple have focused on their local commitments since the start of the Covid pandemic. On this trip, Charles and Camilla are scheduled to make a stopover in Jordan before ending their visit to Egypt. Note that the United Kingdom is the country which chairs the COP26 which will take place in early November in Glasgow. Charles and Camilla’s Instagram account lets read that the theme of their trip will be the issues of the climate crisis.
Prince Charles and his wife will make this trip on the recommendation of the British government. Moreover, according to Clarence House other themes will be discussed during the various meetings that the couple will have. Thanks to his diplomatic skills, Prince Charles approaches interfaith dialogue with his interlocutors. Among these, we can count the humanitarian organizations that the Prince of Wales supports financially. The United Nations refugee agency or UNHCR is one of these humanitarian organizations. According to RTL, Prince Charles will also have to underline “Jordan’s role in welcoming hundreds of thousands of refugees”.
Charles and Camilla will attend a reception overlooking the Pyramids of Giza
In the agenda of the trip with her husband, Camilla is scheduled to meet Queen Rania of Jordan. The Queen of Jordan is very active in the field of promoting girls’ education and protecting women. During their short stay in Egypt, the future king and his wife will be invited to a prestigious reception. The event will take place in a location overlooking the famous Pyramids of Giza. In the agenda are also planned visits to emblematic places of Egypt such as the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar and the city of Alexandria.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles © Agence