On October 5, Baby Prince Charles of Luxembourg accompanied by his parents, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited the Luxembourg Rose Heritage Conservatory in the Château de Munsbach Rose Garden (French: Château de Munsbach) near Schuttrange in central Luxembourg.
The family-of-three attended the baptism of a rose named “Prince Charles of Luxembourg” in honour of the birth of the Prince continuing with a long tradition initiated in 1891, the year that the first rose was planted in honor of a member of the Grand Ducal Family.
The rose garden was built in 2017 by the Luxembourg Rose friends (Lëtzebuerger Rousefrënn) on a plot of land at the base of the Castle of Munsbach. The aim of the garden is to collect old and new varieties of Luxembourg roses in order to preserve the national rose heritage.
- A TREE FOR PRINCE CHARLES OF LUXEMBOURG.
- NEW PHOTOS OF BABY PRINCE CHARLES OF LUXEMBOURG.
- THE CHRISTENING OF PRINCE CHARLES OF LUXEMBOURG.
- NEW PARENTS: GUILLAUME AND STÉPHANIE OF LUXEMBOURG.