Queen Charlotte’s Ball
For two hundred years, The London Season has been the heartbeat of upper class British society. It stages and manages exclusive social, cultural, and charitable events, attracting individual personalities and corporates, including members of royal families from the UK, Europe, the Middle East.
The Queen Charlotte's Ball is an annual British debutante ball. The ball was founded in 1780 by George III as a birthday celebration in honour of his wife, Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, for whom the ball is named.
The young ladies spend a ‘season’ raising money for charities at various events over the course of six months with the Ball being the highlight of the season.
All guests at the Ball are personally invited by Patrons and the Chairman of the London Season. Tickets are not sold to the public or advertised.
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