It seems like Queen Elizabeth and Theresa May have finally forgiven President Adama Barrow for once upon a time overstaying his visa and working illegally in their country.
The Gambian leader will travel to London next month for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, which is expecting to start on the 16th April.
Barrow and his counterparts from former British colonies are expected to reaffirm their common values, address the global challenges facing their countries and agree how to work to create a better future for all their citizens, particularly young people.
The president, who was once an illegal migrant in the streets of London, is likely to meet the Queen and Prime Minister Theresa May during the four-day meeting.
He is also expected to meet the Gambian community in England. According to an official of the Gambian High Commission in London, they are planning a massive welcome for Barrow.