The British King turns 75 on November 14th and invites you to tea and dancing. People who were born like him in 1948 are invited
The British King Charles III. celebrates a party with his peers at his country estate Highgrove in Gloucestershire on the eve of his 75th birthday. The British news agency PA reported that people were invited who had rendered services to the community and who, like the king, were born in 1948 – i.e. who belonged to the post-war generation of “baby boomers”.
The afternoon tea on November 13th with live music and dancing will also celebrate the 75th anniversaries of the founding of the National Health Service (NHS) and the arrival of the first guest workers from the Caribbean (“Windrush Generation”) this year.
The King was born on November 14, 1948 at Buckingham Palace in London as the eldest child of the future Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip. With the death of his mother on September 8, 2022, Charles automatically became king. No British monarch had spent longer in waiting to become heir to the throne than he, and none was older when he was crowned at the age of 74 in London’s Westminster Abbey.
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