Also called the Gratiae in Roman Mythology, The Charites were thought to be the personification of beauty, nature, human creativity, and fertility.
The youngest of the three was Aglaea. Aglaea was the goddess of splendour, glory and magnificence.
The second was Euphrosyne, the goddess of joy and cheer.
And the oldest was Thalia, the goddess of festivity and rich banquets.