• King Charles' 75th birthday 
  • A regal birthday celebration fit for a king!
  • His celebration will support health and wellbeing

The Prince's Foundation, King Charles' educational charity, has revealed plans for festive gatherings at Highgrove Gardens in Gloucestershire, England, and Dumfries House in Cumnock, Scotland, on Nov. 13, the eve of his birthday.

Royal visit to Scotland Tomintoul, Scotland, 13 September 2023: King Charles III meets school children during a visit to

In true regal fashion, the festivities will be graced with live musical performances and an elegant afternoon tea, providing attendees with the delightful opportunity to dance and engage in conversations.

The gathering at Dumfries House will extend a warm welcome to guests hailing from Ayrshire and Arran, Dumfries and Galloway, and Glasgow and Clyde Valley. Meanwhile, the Highgrove Garden celebration will be open to residents of Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, and Somerset.

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These celebratory events draw inspiration from the Prince's Foundation's health and wellbeing program, which regularly hosts tea dances at Dumfries House, fostering connections and combatting loneliness among those at risk of social isolation. In honor of King Charles' birthday, these special occasions will further amplify the Foundation's mission.

A spokesperson for the Prince's Foundation explained, "We wanted to create something exceptional to commemorate His Majesty The King's 75th birthday. Given our charity's commitment to serving local communities, it felt fitting to extend invitations to a select group of individuals who are also turning 75 this year, inviting them to our splendid venues for an afternoon of celebration."

While it remains uncertain whether King Charles will make an appearance at either event, it's worth noting that he ushered in his 74th birthday last year by assuming the title and responsibilities of Park Ranger of Windsor Great Park, a role previously held by his late father, Prince Philip. 

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