Prince Charles Is Turning Highgrove Gardens Into A Playground To See His Grandchildren More Often
On April 23, 2018, Prince Charles became a grandfather for the third time. The birth of little Prince Louis was particularly delightful news for the first in line to the British throne. Despite his busy schedule, he tries to spend enough time with the little ones. Prince of Wales owns the most extensive plant collection at his Highgrove residence near Tetbury in Gloucestershire. Charles purchased this estate in 1980, and after the birth of his children started to transform it into a place where his family could comfortably relax. He rests there himself taking care of the plants and trees and has been coaxing the eldest son of Kate and William, Prince George, to gardening.