King Charles III, Queen Camilla tour parts of Nairobi on day one of Kenyan trip

Queen Camilla having an interactive session with young dancers. [Brian Otieno, Standard]

Here, the King first paid his respects to the Tomb of the Unknown, by laying a bouquet of flowers alongside the president, as Christian hymns played in the background.

The Tomb of the Unknown is a grave where unknown warriors were buried during the struggle for independence.

The King was also shown the 'mugumo' tree, a spot where the Kenyan flag was first raised on December 12, 1963, after the country attained independence.

Ruto, King Charles, Queen Camilla, and First Lady Rachael Ruto, were also taken to the Tunnel of Martyrs, where they were taken through the history of Kenya through independence.

The Tunnel of Martyrs holds a rich history of freedom fighters and the country's struggle for independence six decades ago.

He was accompanied by Mudavadi as he moved around the piece of shamba.

The King is also expected to stop by the Nairobi Garage where he will interact with matatu graffiti and the brains behind it.

Later on, the royals will be at the State House for a State banquet hosted by President Ruto and his family.