The young debutantes exhibit a delightful display of the annual Queen Charlotte ball.

Debutantes posed for a photo yesterday before the 240th anniversary of Queen Charlotte's Ball at Dartmouth House

The young debutants were showcased with charm in a sea of ​​white swimsuits as they attended the annual Queen Charlotte party at Dartmouth House in London.

The young, wealthy women were joined by their partners and parents when they made their society debut on the big stage last night.

The most important event of the London season, the dance of young women, of aristocratic, wealthy or famous families, gather to enjoy a sumptuous party, the best champagne and dancing, and with tables from £ 2,500, attendance is strictly for the wealthy

Debutantes posed for a photo yesterday before the 240th anniversary of Queen Charlotte's Ball at Dartmouth House

Debutantes posed for a photo yesterday before the 240th anniversary of Queen Charlotte's Ball at Dartmouth House

The special event for the daughters of the aristocrats and the elite of society sees young women introduced to London society

The special event for the daughters of the aristocrats and the elite of society sees young women introduced to London society

The special event for the daughters of the aristocrats and the elite of society sees young women introduced to London society

Among those disguised at the big event was the daughter of British dancer Darcey Bussell, Phoebe Forbes, second on the right

Among those disguised at the big event was the daughter of British dancer Darcey Bussell, Phoebe Forbes, second on the right

Among those disguised at the big event was the daughter of British dancer Darcey Bussell, Phoebe Forbes, second on the right

In 1780, King George III held the first debutante party to celebrate the birthday of his wife, Queen Charlotte, and raised money for a motherhood.

The girls of the society were presented to the monarch and it became an annual and important event as a marriage market for the highest spheres of society.

The London season runs for six months of the year, including sporting events, cocktails, dances and concerts, and the ball is the pinnacle of this season.

Generally, they are between 17 and 20 years old and wear designer dresses, the debutantes attend the big party where they are presented & # 39; to the guests and bow before the Queen Charlotte cake.

After the current queen finished the practice of presenting debutants at royal parties in the garden in 1957, Lady Howard of Walden followed by the then editor of Tatler, Peter Townend, continued the tradition and, upon dying, nominated former debutants Jennie Hallam-Peel and Patricia Woodall to take over The London Season.

Now he is focused on raising money for children in need around the world and the Queen Charlotte Ball has been held in Shanghai and Dubai, as well as in several important places in London.

The London season extends for six months of the year, including sporting events, cocktails, dances and concerts, and the ball is the pinnacle of this season

The London season extends for six months of the year, including sporting events, cocktails, dances and concerts, and the ball is the pinnacle of this season

The London season extends for six months of the year, including sporting events, cocktails, dances and concerts, and the ball is the pinnacle of this season

The debutantes are taken to the dance by their escorts that were carried out this year in Dartmouth House

The debutantes are taken to the dance by their escorts that were carried out this year in Dartmouth House

The debutantes are taken to the dance by their escorts that were carried out this year in Dartmouth House

Tickets for the highly anticipated event, which is the highlight of the London season, cost £ 2,500

Tickets for the highly anticipated event, which is the highlight of the London season, cost £ 2,500

Tickets for the highly anticipated event, which is the highlight of the London season, cost £ 2,500

One of the highlights of the event includes the three winning debutants cutting the cake with a ceremonial sword

One of the highlights of the event includes the three winning debutants cutting the cake with a ceremonial sword

One of the highlights of the event includes the three winning debutants cutting the cake with a ceremonial sword

The debutants are taken to the main hall and have to bow to Queen Charlotte cake in a 240-year tradition.

The debutants are taken to the main hall and have to bow to Queen Charlotte cake in a 240-year tradition.

The debutants are taken to the main hall and have to bow to Queen Charlotte cake in a 240-year tradition.

The event is the highlight of the annual calendar of the society of London and sees young people introduced into society

The event is the highlight of the annual calendar of the society of London and sees young people introduced into society

The event is the highlight of the annual calendar of the society of London and sees young people introduced into society

In a surprisingly modern twist, this young debutante uses her iPhone as a mirror to put on lipstick

In a surprisingly modern twist, this young debutante uses her iPhone as a mirror to put on lipstick

In a surprisingly modern twist, this young debutante uses her iPhone as a mirror to put on lipstick

In 1780, King George III held the first debutante party to celebrate the birthday of his wife, Queen Charlotte, and raised money for a motherhood.

In 1780, King George III held the first debutante party to celebrate the birthday of his wife, Queen Charlotte, and raised money for a motherhood.

In 1780, King George III held the first debutante party to celebrate the birthday of his wife, Queen Charlotte, and raised money for a motherhood.

These girls are practicing in front of the ball to make sure everything during the night goes perfectly

These girls are practicing in front of the ball to make sure everything during the night goes perfectly

These girls are practicing in front of the ball to make sure everything during the night goes perfectly

The London season was established in 1780 and has been an important part of the social calendar since then.

The London season was established in 1780 and has been an important part of the social calendar since then.

The London season was established in 1780 and has been an important part of the social calendar since then.

Towards the end of the 18th century, the aristocracy considered the London Season a "marriage market."

Towards the end of the 18th century, the aristocracy considered the London Season a "marriage market."

Towards the end of the 18th century, the aristocracy considered the London Season a "marriage market."

The president of The London Season, Jennie Hallam-Peel, a former debutante, greets this year's cohort

The president of The London Season, Jennie Hallam-Peel, a former debutante, greets this year's cohort

The president of The London Season, Jennie Hallam-Peel, a former debutante, greets this year's cohort

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