- King Charles III and Queen Camilla are on a significant state visit to Kenya, exploring the country and strengthening relations with East Africa
- Camilla joined Maasai women, showcasing her awesome dance moves as they covered her with a Maasai shuka
- The queen looked happy to be in the company of locals who held her hands and led her to an enchanting dance
Queen Camilla has gone viral after showcasing her dance moves while in the company of Maasai women.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla began a state visit to Kenya on Tuesday, October 31.
The royal couple's arrival in Kenya was marked by a warm welcome from President William Ruto, who hosted them at State House Nairobi for a banquet.
The royal visit has left Kenyans with an array of mixed emotions, with mounting calls to apologise for Britain's bloody colonial past.
Queen Camilla dances with Maasai women
All is not sombre, as the king and queen are getting treated like the Majesties they are during their visit.
Queen Camilla met up with some Maasai women who lovingly adorned her with Maasai shukas.
The queen, in a viral video, was captured showcasing her epic dance moves to the melodic Maasai tunes.
What was Camilla doing in Narok?
Camilla is the president of Brooke. Which is an international charity that protects and improves the lives of horses, donkeys and mules, which gives people in the developing world the opportunity to work their way out of poverty. Our Theory of Change is how we believe change happens in the world.
While meeting the Maasai women, Brooke captioned the photos:
"The lady donning Queen Camilla with the 'Maasai Shuka' is Margaret Mpatiany. She is a donkey owner and user from Narok, Kenya. She is a member of the Nkareta Donkey Welfare Group, where, through Brooke, she has learned how to take care of her donkey!"
Nairobi chef serves King Charles Samosa
King Charles III had also visited the Nairobi Street Kitchen and savoured butter chicken samosa.
While eating the delicacies, Charles joked that they were so good that they could blow someone's head off.
The Nairobi Street Kitchen is based in the heart of the city and is a street-food, market-style experience that one can stroll through.
"His Majesty ordered a saag paneer kathi roll wrap and butter chicken samosa, joking how the dishes could ‘blow your head off’. The sous chef, Rhoda Asiyo said they had been told by Buckingham Palace not to make the dishes “too spicy” for the King," read a part of the British Royal Fans Facebook page.
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