Despite his increasingly busy royal schedule, Prince Charles does not seem determined to slow down. The proof, he has just embarked on a new adventure with the Penhaligon's brand: the launch of his own perfume.
At the height of his 73 years, the prince Charles definitely not ready to retire. Because if he replaces more and more his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in the royal representations, he does not neglect his civil life and his private activities. The proof once again with this brand new occupation, surprising to say the least, which proves that the future king is full of resources... And surprises!
This summer 2022, the son of the Queen of England has embarked on a whole new business inspired by one of his greatest hobbies, we named gardening. A passion for nature and the great outdoors that Prince Charles has never hidden and which does not date from yesterday. Last year, he even told reporters from the BBC in an exclusive interview that he and his sister 'had a small vegetable garden' when they were children. Today very committed to several associations working for the protection of the environment , so Prince Charles carried on this hobby into adulthood. And that now pushes him to broaden his career choices. To the delight of a large English company.
This passion for nature has indeed led him today to embark on an activity that is original to say the least: developing a fragrance. The father of princes William and Harry has indeed just signed a collaboration with the very chic and no less legendary brand of scents Penhaligon's . He is thus preparing to release a scent responding to the sweet name of 'Highgrove Bouquet'.
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An appellation that this product owes to the gardens of Highgrove located in the residence of Prince Charles in the county of Gloucestershire in England. A place very dear to the heart of Camilla's husband, which he has taken care to maintain for more than forty years, and in which he even organizes guided tours several times a year. The Highgrove Bouquet perfume will therefore be composed of notes of lavender, geranium and hyacinth and will be offered at £152 a bottle . 10% of the profits from sales will be donated to one of Prince Charles' foundations which works for access to education for all . When passion rhymes with charity!Source journaldesfemmes.fr