Unlike other leaders who snake through the city under the sun with Land Cruisers, King Charles III is different.
His Majesty and Queen Camilla have been riding through Nairobi in a Landrover Discovery 4.
The deep blue in colour high-end vehicle is a 2993cc diesel engine tinted at the rare windows, most probably where sits the King.
The disco was visible during their visit to State House, Nairobi and when the royals toured the Eastlands library on Tuesday afternoon of course accompanied by security with riders leading.
The Landrover Discovery is an off-road SUV legend type of vehicle which comes in five generations from one to five, also known as the disco generation.
The disco also had a red registration number plate, a key feature for vehicles driven on Kenyan roads to either mean its vehicle owned by a foreign embassy or international agency. The red plates are called diplomatic number plates.
The royals were also entertained by songs and dances and after being briefed by the young entrepreneurs, it was time again to board the disco.
Following him closely, the King got into the back left of the vehicle, surrounded by tight security as they left the library.