'Totally Unfamiliar': Charles and Camilla play in TV series

‘Absolutely unfamiliar’
Charles and Camilla are starring in a TV series

Charles and Camilla became actors. To celebrate the Queen’s platinum anniversary, the Prince and Duchess are set to star in the British TV series EastEnders. During filming, “the two didn’t know what to expect,” one of the actors revealed.

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have tried their hand at soap operas. Marking the platinum anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II, the two made guest appearances on the British TV series ‘EastEnders’, which has been running for more than 35 years. This was reported by the “Daily Mail”.

Pictures showing Charles and Camilla with a BBC production crew had already circulated in early April 2022. The anniversary episode was taped shortly before. The fact that the royal couple is already playing in the episode and not only, as it was initially assumed, visited the set and the stars of the series, is only now beginning to appear.

The site also wants to know some details about the royal family’s guest appearance, which will be broadcast in time for the June 2 celebrations. In the anniversary episode, character Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) throws a lavish street party in honor of Queen Elizabeth II.

“You’ve never done anything like that”

Carter previously proudly announced that two very special guests would be attending his party. The fact that these are heirs to the throne Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall naturally puts the East Enders in a mix of shock and excitement.

And the actors behind the roles are full of praise for the couple, according to the report. “They’ve never done anything like this,” says actress Kelly Bright. “They didn’t know what to expect, it must have been nerve-wracking and completely unfamiliar.” Bright appreciates more “that they took part in”.

The culmination of the platinum jubilee celebrations is scheduled for June 2-5. On June 2, the traditional “Forces of Color” parade was held to mark the Queen’s birthday. A Thanksgiving service will follow on June 3 at St. Paul’s Cathedral. The horse race is scheduled to take place on the 4th of June at Epsom Downs, and in the evening there will be a concert at Buckingham Palace. The big anniversary dinner will be on the program on the last day of the weekend, June 5th.

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