Charles Spencer is the keeper of his family’s ancestral home Althorp House
Charles Spencer was clearly excited about a huge event at his family home, Althorp House, which took place this weekend.
The Earl took to Twitter, where he re-tweeted a message from the official BBC Northampton account that showed a yellow air ambulance on a path to what appeared to be Althorp.
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The father of seven Caption: “Delighted to have had the Northants & Warwickshire Air Ambulance Day at @AlthorpHouse today – despite the rain 4,000 people came to Althorp to learn more about the invaluable service of this wonderful charity.”
Charles supporters shared their approval kind gesture.
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One of them replied: “We had a fabulous visit to @AlthorpHouse to see the air ambulance service up close. Everyone was very welcoming and informative, the food and drinks went well too. Even the weather could not cool our spirits! Thank you for organizing the event. “
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The Spencer family has had a busy time, not least because Charles’ eldest daughter Lady Kitty Spencer married her new husband Michael Lewis in a sumptuous ceremony in Rome last month.
Charles expressed his joy on Twitter
The three-day Italian celebrations included five wedding dresses and famous guests including Pixie Lott and Made in Chelsea starring Mark Francis Vandelli.
However, Kitty broke with tradition in one respect, like his father didn’t take her down the aisle.
Instead, the new bride chose to give the important role to her brothers Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp and Samuel Aitken.
The Earl grew up in his family’s ancestral home
Earlier this month, Kitty spoke about her decision as she wrote a loving tribute to her brothers on Instagram.
She said gently, “The proudest moment of my life, without a doubt, was seeing my brothers walk me down the aisle.
“Thank you to our family and friends for the most unforgettable weekend filled with more love, laughter and happiness than I have ever known. It still feels like a dream.”
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