Queen supporters will have the chance to dine with Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla on the occasion of her jubilee.

It’s only a few days away, the four-day festival (June 2nd to 5th) to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee (96). Many citizens throw jubilee dinners and tea parties to honor the Queen and her 70 years on the throne. A good 85,000 Britons have registered for such events, as “bbc.com” reports. According to the report, at least two of the festivals are attended by special guests – Prince Charles (73) and Duchess Camilla (74).

The royal and future royal couple will therefore first visit a luncheon held in the middle of The Oval cricket stadium in south London. After that, the Prince of Wales and his wife will go to the county of Berkshire, where an anniversary feast will also take place near Windsor Castle.

Prepared for it in soap opera

Charles and Camilla were able to prepare a little for the events – as actors. Back in March, they recorded a guest appearance on the British cult soap opera EastEnders, which has been running for over 35 years. Also in the special episode, which will be broadcast punctually on June 2nd, the two guests of honor are at a street party on the occasion of the anniversary. In the series, this is thrown by the character Mick Carter (Danny Dyer, 44), who is of course proud as Bolle of his star guests.

The culmination of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations is scheduled for June 2-5. On June 2nd, the traditional military parade “Trooping the Color” takes place for the Queen’s birthday. A thanksgiving service will follow on June 3rd at St. Paul’s Cathedral. The horse derby is planned for June 4th at Epsom Downs, and in the evening there will be a concert at Buckingham Palace. The big anniversary dinner is on the program on the last day of the anniversary weekend, June 5th.