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Prince Charles launched a perfume

Prince Charles launched a perfume

Known for his love of flowers and gardens, Prince Charles is an avid businessman. Elizabeth II’s son has launched a perfume called Highgrove Bouquet. A tribute to his private residence: Highgrove House in Gloucestershire, the heir to the throne has given free rein to his passion for nature since the 1980s.

“Inspired and created by the Prince of Wales, this new fragrance pays homage to the beautiful scent of Highgrove Gardens in summer,” says the website. Penhalligan. Priced at €180 for a 100ml bottle by the British perfumer, the eau de parfum, available only in Great Britain, features “notes of geranium, lavender and lime blossom”.

As the Prince of Wales is also known for his commitment to ecology, particular attention was paid to the Highgrove flower shop’s “100% recyclable” paper packaging. A fragrance “designed with the planet in mind”, we promise, 10% of sales will be donated to the future king’s charity: The Prince Foundation

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