Royal Family's Annual Ghillies Ball at Balmoral

Royal Family's Annual Ghillies Ball at Balmoral

Queen Elizabeth hosts a party every year at the end of her summer holiday in honor of the Queen.

Queen Elizabeth travels to Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

Prince Albert, purchased Balmoral in 1852, they threw a dance in September to thank their staff and servants

This dance known as the Ghillies Ball. The term  "ghillie" is Gaelic for gamekeeper, and Ghillies are also specifically  designed shoes, commonly worn in Scottish country dance

Ghillies Ball held Queen Elizabeth's grandfather King George V and father King George VI.

For men, black tie and kilts while for women, tiaras, long gowns, tartan sashas with diamond brooches.

Queen and Prince Philip at the Ghillies Ball at Balmoral in January 1972

Thank You

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