After a busy week of royal engagements commemorating 75 years since D-Day across Britain and France, Prince Charles has shared a special announcement marking the anniversary of another project close to his heart.
In a statement posted to his official Clarence House Instagram account, the 70-year-old Prince of Wales revealed he is celebrating 25 years of garden tours at Highgrove House.
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"To mark the anniversary, over the next few days we will be sharing facts and photos from Highgrove’s history. The proceeds from the tours are given to The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund.
"The Fund was founded in 1979 by HRH and aims to transform lives and build sustainable communities. It supports initiatives such as conservation, health, environment, heritage and youth training projects.
📸 by @chrisjacksongetty"
Highgrove House near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, is the family home of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The future King of England and his Queen consort also have official residences at Clarence House in London, Birkhall on the Queen's Balmoral estate in Scotland - once the home of the Queen Mother - and Llwynywermod near Llandovery in Carmarthenshire in Wales.
Highgrove first opened its gardens in 1994 to allow visitors to "share in the enjoyment of this much-loved, inspirational setting", the official website says.
Prince Charles created the organic beds and floral arrangements over the last 38 years, reflecting his passion for nature, sustainability and environmental protection.
And Highgrove isn't the only creative project the Prince of Wales has undertaken in recent years.
In 2007, Charles - who is known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland - led a campaign to restore the Scottish estate of Dumfries House to its former glory when the mansion was placed for sale.
The Prince bought Dumfries House for a reported $82 million AUD, according to Express.co.uk, to "save for the nation".
Charles' charity organisation, the Prince's Trust, launched Dumfries House as a visitor attraction to draw tourists to the region and in 2017 the estate celebrated a decade of guests with a series of high profile events attended by senior British royals.
Last week, the heir to the throne stepped out with wife Camilla Parker Bowles for a D-Day commemoration ceremony at the Bayeux Cathedral in Normandy, France.
The Duchess of Cornwall got a helping hand from Charles when she took a tumble on the steps of the church, but managed to laugh off the slip as the royal couple joined world leaders to mark 75 years since Allied forces stormed the French coast to liberate Europe from Nazi occupation.
Prince Charles and Camilla attended the event alongside British Prime Minister Theresa May.
On Saturday, the royal couple attended the Trooping the Colour parade in London to mark Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday.
Charles and Camilla were joined by senior members of the royal family including the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and new mum Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, as well as Prince Andrew and his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie of York.
William and Kate's children Prince George and Princess Charlotte were also seen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, while their youngest son one-year-old Prince Louis made his Trooping the Colour debut with a brief appearance in mum Kate Middleton's arms.