Prince Charles will on Friday name baby gorillas at Rwanda’s annual conservation event Kwita Izina.
This is a flagship event for Rwanda’s tourism calendar which is derived from the traditional practice of naming babies in families.
The Prince will be among 20 high-profile personalities who will take part in the event.
He will however participate virtually.
The Prince was in Rwanda in June when he attended the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm).
He has a known passion for conservation.
This year marks the 18th edition of the Kwita Izina conservation event.
This is the first time the ceremony has taken place in person since 2019 following the Covid-19 pandemic.