The Luxembourg Palace’s website explains that certain roses in the garden are named after members of the country’s Royal Family.
These rose names date back as far as 1891.
To celebrate and commemorate the happy tot, a rose was named in Prince Charles’ honour.
The rose was named “Prince Charles of Luxembourg”.
The palace website reads: “This ceremony was celebrated in the presence of Mr Jean-Paul Jost, Mayor of the municipality of Schuttrange, Mrs Mireille Steil, Mr Dony Calmes, respectively President and Vice-President of Lëtzebuerger Rousefrënn, the rose grower as well as members of the committee”.