Prince Charles is welcoming us all into his home! Well, sort of.
Charles' office at Clarence House recently announced the 67-year-old royal will open the floral grounds at his Highgrove House in Gloucestershire for a special garden festival this April — and we couldn't be more excited for the regal event!
The special festival — which is open to the public — is designed to highlight Charles' beliefs in organic and sustainable gardening. "Highgrove's first garden festival is an opportunity to share the expertise of some of the most renowned horticulturists, garden designers and wildlife experts," Chris Prescott, Chief Executive at Highgrove Enterprises, said in a statement.
The Highgrove House gardens. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
During the nature-filled event, guests will be invited to hear talks from experts including royal florist Shane Connolly, who was the mastermind behind the flowers at Prince William and Kate Middleton's April 2011 wedding.
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Charles — who is a grandfather to Prince George, 2, and Princess Charlotte, 9 months — has even made his estate's grounds toddler-friendly with tree houses and long avenues of play areas between shrubs and trees.
All profits from the event (held from April 11-16) will go to The Prince of Wales’ Charitable Foundation.
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