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Prince Charles And Katy Perry Team Up In India For Charity

Prince Charles and Katy Perryt eam up in India for charity
November 15, 2019 - 10:00 / Laura Pérez

Prince Charles and Katy Perry attended an event in Mumbai, India, in order to honour the Prince of Wales' charitable organisation, British Asian Trust. The American singer posted a sweet picture on Instagram wishing happy birthday to His Royal Highness!

It seems Prince Charles and pop star Katy Perry have some things in common! The Prince of Wales and the American singer attended an event in Mumbai, India, honouring the British Asian Trust, a charitable organisation the Prince of Wales founded more than ten years ago in order to help address poverty and inequality in South Asia. 

Clarence House posted a couple of pictures on Instagram of Prince Charles' 10th visit to India, including one of him wearing a navy suit matched with a blue and white tie, with Katy Perry who looked stunning on a blue floral print dress. The image reads, "The Prince of Wales attended a meeting of @thebritishasiantrust in Mumbai today. Musician @katyperry had heard about the work of the Trust and joined other supporters to learn more about the charity. The Trust, which HRH set up in 2007, aims to tackle widespread poverty and inequality in South Asia." 

Katy Perry wished happy birthday to Prince Charles

The Dark Horse singer posted the same picture on Instagram, wishing happy birthday to the Prince of Waleswho turned 71 years old on Thursday. "Happiest 71st His Royal Highness Prince Charles @clarencehouse. It was a pleasure spending a little time with you and many brilliant Indian minds looking for incredible solutions to making India a more wonderful place through your organization," she wrote. Royal fans were surprised to see them together and thrilled to see how the British family does so much work for others.

Duchess Camilla didn't join Prince Charles this time, but they will reunite this Sunday for their New Zealand tour, which will conclude on November 23. Before setting off for India, the Prince of Wales shared a post on Instagram, paying tribute to the Indian Sikh community in the UK.

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As I depart for India, on my tenth official visit, I did just want to convey my warmest best wishes to all of you in the Sikh Community in the United Kingdom, and across the Commonwealth, on the 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The principles on which Guru Nanak founded the Sikh religion, and which guide your lives to this day, are ones which can inspire us all – hard work, fairness, respect, and selfless service to others. In embodying these values, Sikhs have made the most profound contribution to the life of this country, and continue to do so, in every imaginable field, just as you do in so many other places around the world. This week, as Sikhs everywhere honour the founder of your faith, my wife and I wanted you to know just how much your community is valued and admired by us all, and that our thoughts are with you at this very special time. . - HRH The Prince of Wales #RoyalVisitIndia #Gurupurab550

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