Simon Cowell attended the British Asian Trust Annual Dinner in the company of Prince Charles and Camilla The Duchess of Cornwall.
The event was held at the Natural History Museum in London.
Simon talked about a new partnership between The British Asian Trust and the Department for International Development.
Calling the idea 'inspired' the music mogul explained how the latter had agreed to match pound for pound any money raised for the charity's new project working with vulnerable women in Pakistan.
Simon Cowell shares a selfie with Louis Walsh saying "Does Louis look oldd?
He enthused about the charity, describing its work as remarkable and telling MailOnline: 'I got involved through a fantastic guy who works for me.
'Came to the event last year, thoroughly enjoyed it and have since got to learn more about the cause and the region. The work they are doing to help the communities out there is remarkable.'
Simon Cowell and Leona Lewis share a greeting
Leona Lewis who recently left Simon's record label Syco Music met up with Simon with apparently no hard feelings. Leona also performed during the evening.
Simon has, himself, had a hard few days in the business world, revealing that the Syco offices have suffered around £100k worth of damage in a freak flooding accident.
This has caused major set backs to his schedule for the forthcoming series of Britain's Got Talent, which is currently in the auditions stage with co-stars Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.
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