Prince   Charles and Camilla will purportedly have a well known moving live TV show from Buckingham Palace.

Ruler of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are said to have made the proposal to the BBC to have Strictly Come Dancing from the royal residence, and the arrangement has supposedly been endorsed by the Queen.

The popular show will apparently be spilled from the notable structure’s dance hall in either the semi or quarter finals of the program in the not so distant future.

The are hypotheses that the illustrious couple, who are known to be firm devotees of the show, may try and take to the floor for a dance themselves during the episode.

“Charles and Camilla are a lot of driving this and the BBC couldn’t exactly accept what was being advertised. Rigorously at Buckingham Palace is simply TV fairyland. It ought to be a brilliant exhibition,” A source told The Sun.

Recently, Camilla met Rose Ayling-Ellis, the principal hard of hearing challenger to show up on the show who proceeded to be granted the sought after Glitterball.

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