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Ashanti King and Lady Julia attend coronation of King Charles III in traditional Ghanaian attire

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Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and Lady Julia represented Ghana in grand style at the coronation of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey in London. The royal couple was decked out in stunning kente outfits that drew admiration and cheers from the gathered crowds.

The Ashanti King’s traditional kente cloth and gold jewelry complemented Lady Julia’s Kaba and slit, which combined modern and traditional Ghanaian fashion. The couple’s appearance at the event underscores the historical ties between the Ashanti Kingdom and the United Kingdom.

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Otumfuo Osei Tutu II’s attendance at the coronation is significant not only because of his importance in Ghanaian culture and politics but also because of the Ashanti Kingdom’s resistance to European colonialism, which remains an important cultural and political force in Ghana.

Their presence at the coronation is a reminder of the important role that culture and tradition play in our global society. More than 2,000 people were invited to attend the coronation, including high-profile royals and world leaders from other countries.

According to a tweet from Manhyia Palace, Otumfuor and Lady Julia were received by King Charles in a private audience at Buckingham Palace ahead of the coronation. Their visit is a powerful symbol of the ongoing relationship between Ghana and the United Kingdom.

As the Ashanti King and Lady Julia took their seats in Westminster Abbey, the crowd fell silent in awe of their presence. Their stunning outfits and regal bearing drew admiration from the gathered crowds and underscored the significance of their attendance.

For the most part, Otumfuo and Lady Julia’s appearance at the coronation highlights the importance of culture and tradition in our global society. It also underscores the historical ties between the Ashanti Kingdom and the United Kingdom and the ongoing relationship between Ghana and the UK. Their attendance at the coronation is a reminder of the enduring power of tradition and the importance of cultural exchange.

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