It is no longer news that the crown prince of England, Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla were in Nigeria and as such, a number of celebrities turned up to greet him when he visited Lagos.

At a reception held in honour of Prince Charles, a number of celebrities showed up at the venue to meet and greet the British royal.

Among those who showed up at the event were, Olu Jacobs, Joke Silva, Mo Abudu, Omoni Oboli, Rita Dominic, Joseph Yobo, Deniola Grey and host of others.

During the event, former Nigeria football international and captain, Joseph Yobo present a customised Super Eagles jersey to Princes Charles who was obviously thrilled and excited over the gesture.

Omoni Oboli with Prince Charles
Mo Abudu greeting the crown prince, Prince Charles

We like the way celebrities turn out to welcome eminent personalities when they visit the country.

We can recall the last time the president of France, Emmanuel Macron visited the country, a number of celebrities turned up at an event where he was hosted.

Mo Abudu, Rita Dominic and Prince Charles at a reception held on his honour
Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva at the reception held in on of the crown prince
Joseph Yobo presenting a customised jersey to Prince Charles

Spot your favourite celebrities with President of France, Emmanuel Macron

Celebrities take a selfie with President Emmanuel Macron of France

We don't get to see photos like this every day; celebrities sharing a very prized moment with one of the most powerful world leaders: President of France, Emmanuel Macron.

For our photo of the day is your favourite celebrities  - Rita Dominic, Joke Silva, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Kunle Afolayan, Jide Kosoko, Dakore Akande and Kemi 'Lala' Akindoju - excitedly taking a selfie with Macron.

We are going to call the selfie the most influential one so far this year as we have a lot of people who call the shots in the entertainment industry in one photo with Emmanuel Macron.

He was a guest at the Afrika Shrine where he was entertained by Femi Kuti, son of the legend, Fela Kuti.

French President Emmanuel Macron said that Hungarian and Polish leaders "comparing Brussels with Moscow at the ancient (Soviet) times" is "crazy and unacceptable"

Also on hand at the event was the beautiful and talented singer, Yemi Alade, who was on hand to entertain the guest and also wanted to teach the visiting president the now famous dance move ''Shaku Shaku.''