Engine, action! Prince Charles and his half went to visit Thursday, March 31, the set of a British soap very popular across the Channel: “EastEnders”. Between a flock of actors and the royal couple, we did not really know who were the real stars.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall stepped into the world of the seventh art, Thursday, March 31. On this beautiful sunny day, the lovebirds left the English capital to make a tour of the county of Hertfordshire and more precisely to visit the Elstree studios. It is in the heart of a typically “British” decor that the tandem came to greet the actors and the crew of EastEnders, a production of the BBC, the third oldest soap opera of the British television.
The stars of this legendary series seemed delighted to welcome Prince Charles and his wife. As reported in the Evening Standard on Friday, April 1, actress Rose Ayling-Ellis, who plays Frankie Lewis in the show, presented Camilla with a bouquet of flowers, telling the press that it was an “honor” to meet the duchess. It must be said that the future Queen consort made a sensation by imposing herself as a true queen of style with a silk dress and a cream coat signed Anna Valentine, famous English label.
The Royal family, a great supporter of British television
It has been repeatedly pointed out that members of the British Court have a penchant for the small and big English screen. As revealed by ExpressUK in February, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to enjoy Strictly Come Dancing, the British version of Dancing with the Stars. As for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, she could not resist an episode of The Kumars at No. 42.
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