PRINCE Charles has launched his own perfume which costs £152 a bottle.
Highgrove Bouquet Eau de Parfum features “notes of geranium, lavender and weeping lime”.
The Prince’s Foundation and perfume house Penhaligon’s have teamed up to produce the fragrance – which was chosen by Charles, 73.
The packaging is made from 100 percent recycled and recyclable paper.
The Highgrove website reads: “Highgrove Gardens and The Prince’s Foundation are delighted to announce a new collaboration with British perfume house Penhaligon’s to bring you the Highgrove Bouquet Eau de Parfum.
“Inspired by and created with HRH The Prince of Wales, this new fragrance pays homage to the great scent of Highgrove Gardens in summer.
It comes as The Sun previously revealed how the Duchess of Cornwall got into the cider-making business – after donating apples from her home to make Highgrove’s new organic cider.
The ‘Nicely Balanced’ organic cider is made from carefully selected organic British apples including varieties from Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall’s Raymill Estate in Wiltshire.
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