Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are reportedly planning a live episode of dance show Strictly Come Dancing at Buckingham Palace.

Prince Charles (73) and Duchess Camilla (74) are said to be planning a special edition of the dance show “Strictly Come Dancing”: A live broadcast of the British “Let’s Dance” original is said to take place soon at Buckingham Palace. This is reported by the “Sun”. Talks are said to have taken place between the Royals and the BBC. The royal couple could even put a dance on the floor themselves and moderate the show.

Royals are big fans of the dance show

Queen Elizabeth II (96) is said to have given her blessing for the project. The episode is set to take place in the palace ballroom later this year. A source told The Sun that Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are “big fans” of Strictly Come Dancing, as is the Queen. “So there’s a real desire and energy to make this happen,” the unidentified source explained. “Holding the show in the Ballroom of Buckingham Palace would be a wonderful treat as we celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this year.” However, “a lot of work still needs to be done to get the project off the ground.”

In “Strictly Come Dancing” – as in “Let’s Dance” – couples compete in a dance competition, each consisting of a star and a professional dancer. In 2022, the 20th season is already flickering across the television screens. It is not yet known who will be there in the fall.