Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles wears a $44,000 pair of earrings in Gambia. Pictured: Camilla attends a State Dinner at Jubilee House on day six of the royal trip to west Africa on November 5, 2018 in Accra, Ghana. Getty Images/Joe Giddens

Camilla Parker Bowles showed off some expensive jewelry during her West Africa tour with Prince Charles.

According to Emily Hodgkin, a royal correspondent for Daily Express, the Duchess of Cornwall wore the Magic Alhambra earrings with three motifs by Vam Cleef & Arpels while in Gambia. The accessory retails at $43,900 excluding taxes.

On Monday, Camilla donned another new pair of earrings. The duchess wore an ethereal white look in Ghana with a woven raffia straw handbag with bamboo handles. She accessorized with gold drop earrings set with stunning and sparkling diamonds. She also wore a dainty necklace with a gold elephant pendant.

According to the report, it isn't clear if the pieces are presents to Camilla. However, foreign dignitaries often gift British royals with jewelry. For instance, Middleton received a stunning amber necklace when she visited Denmark earlier this year.

During their trip, Camilla has snatched Princess Diana's title in what appeared to be a gaffe by Ghanian officials when they referred to the duchess as "Princess Camilla." The people from the country welcomed the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Sussex with a big tarpaulin printed with the royals' photos and the words: "The Centre For National Culture Kumasi Welcomes Your Royal Highnesses Prince Charles Prince of Wales, Princess Camilla Duchess of Cornwall."

Although Camilla is technically the Princess of Wales as she is married to the Prince of Wales, she opted to be addressed as duchess, being the Duchess of Cornwall, one of the female version of Prince Charles' title.

Prior to their tour to West Africa, Prince Charles shared a video on Instagram and Youtube about their tour. In the clip, the future king shared his excitement for the said trip, especially that it's their first visit to the Gambia.

"As my wife and I prepare to embark on our upcoming tour of The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria, I did just want to take this opportunity to send you all our special greetings and to say just how much we are looking forward to meeting so many of you," Prince Charles said.

"This will be the first visit to The Gambia for us both although we have heard so many wonderful things about the beauty of its natural environment and the resilience of its people."