Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visit Abu Dhabi
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have come to the capital for a quick, three-day tour.
The British royals are in town to further strengthen relations between the UK and the UAE, as part of a larger regional tour, which also includes engagements in Bahrain and Oman as well.
So what’s on the itinerary for the Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla? A visit to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque for a multi-faith event hosted by Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of Tolerance.
Prince Charles will also tour the private nature reserve the Bu Tinah islands as well as visit the Jahili Fort in Al Ain to listen to a performance by young Emirati musicians. In addition, His Royal Highness will stop by the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, where he is a patron.
Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Imperial College London Diabetes Hospital, attend a tea for women empowerment and tour the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital.
The royals will then head to Dubai and Sharjah on November 8 to visit the International Humanitarian City and see the Expo 2020 site, before flying to Bahrain where they’ll end their engagements on November 11.