King Charles had a gala time as he was on his visit to Tomintoul, Scotland to met members of the local community. Now, in a heartfelt throwback video shared by The Royal Family, the King could be seen dancing his heart out with the Jewish community to mark Rosh Hashanah. The Jewish New Year, a two-day event, was celebrated between 15-17 September this year.
The Royal Family have shared the clip on X (formerly Twitter) with a caption that read, “Shana Tovah! Warm wishes to everyone celebrating Rosh Hashanah this weekend. The King dancing with members of the local Jewish community at @JW3London in December 2023.”
The video of the 74-year-old monarch has certainly impressed royal fans who flocked to the comment section and dropped their reactions. While some wrote ‘Many Blessings’ and ‘This is adorable’, others noted, “Always lovely to see King Charles attending events with different communities.”
Interestingly, this was around the same time when King Charles’ estranged younger son Prince Harry rang in his 39th birthday in Germany. Harry was accompanied by his actor-wife Meghan Markle – popularly called the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The duo marked the Prince’s pre-birthday celebration at a German brewery in Düsseldorf on Thursday, 14 September.
The gathering saw attendance by the couple’s bosom friends, making it a close-knit affair. Harry and Meghan commemorated the occasion with traditional cuisine and locally brewed beer. Their outing came following a busy day for the pair who engaged with North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) representatives earlier in the day. They were in Dusseldorf for the Invictus Games, an annual international multi-sport tournament dedicated to injured and sick soldiers and veterans.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seen together last in Netflix documentary, ‘Harry & Meghan‘, which aired in December. The intimate family series even saw Harry making several accusations against his royal family.
At present, King Charles is said to have been gearing up for his and Queen Camilla’s State Visit to France which will commence on and from 20 September.