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EastEnders’ Rose Ayling-Ellis reveals Camilla and Charles supported her throughout Strictly

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Ronnie’s Rose Ayling-Ellis has revealed that Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, have voted for her on Strictly Come Dancing and have introduced themselves in British singing.

In an interview prior to Saturday’s anniversary concert, the 27-year-old actress looked back at meeting the royal family during their visit to the soap opera’s set.

Rose, who won the Strictly Come Dancing series with Giovanni Pernice in 2021, was all smiles when she found that the Royal Family supported her every week on the BBC show.

Radiant: EastEnders’ Rose Ayling-Ellis revealed Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall voted for her on Strictly Come Dancing

She said, “So we had Camilla and Charles over and they tried acting, they acted a little bit and we played our characters and met them and it was really special.”

“Apparently Camilla is a big fan of Strictly. She said she voted for me every week, and all her kids voted for me every week.”

The soap star added: ‘That’s unbelievable – the royal family voted for me, that’s just crazy!’

Memorable moment: In an interview before the show, the 27-year-old actress looked back on her meeting with the royal family who visited the set of the soap series

Memorable moment: In an interview before the show, the 27-year-old actress looked back on her meeting with the royal family who visited the set of the soap series

Rose also revealed that she felt ‘touched’ when Charles and Camilla introduced themselves in British Sign Language (BSL).

She said, ‘They both came up to me and the first thing they did, they signed Goodmorning to me.

Rose was touched by the sweet gesture: “It really touched me and I was really impressed that they knew how to sign Goodmorning.”

Impressed: Rose, who won the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing with Giovanni Pernice, was all smiles when she found the royal family supported her every week on the BBC show

Impressed: Rose, who won the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing with Giovanni Pernice, was all smiles when she found the royal family supported her every week on the BBC show

Rose said, 'So we had Camilla and Charles over and they tried acting, they acted a little bit and we played our characters and met them and it was really special'

Rose said, ‘So we had Camilla and Charles over and they tried acting, they acted a little bit and we played our characters and met them and it was really special’

Fans of the soap said the appearance of the royals brought tears to their eyes when Charles and Camilla met some Watford residents, led by Mick and Linda Carter (Danny Dyer and Kellie Bright).

However, some were unimpressed to find that the soap’s closing theme song had been changed for the anniversary.

The royals showed their improv skills in the episode as they joked with the show’s cast members who all stayed in their character.

At the end of the episode, Dyer’s character shares a toast to Her Majesty the Queen and “to all the people across the country who are doing exactly the same as we are celebrating.”

Appearance: Fans of the soap said the appearance of the royals brought tears to their eyes as Charles and Camilla met some Watford residents led by Mick and Linda Carter (Danny Dyer and Kellie Bright)

Appearance: Fans of the soap said the appearance of the royals brought tears to their eyes as Charles and Camilla met some Watford residents led by Mick and Linda Carter (Danny Dyer and Kellie Bright)

The Duchess of Cornwall has tied a ribbon for ‘all victims of domestic violence’ as she performs in a special EastEnders platinum anniversary episode.

Charles and Camilla surprised the residents of Walford after Mick Carter, played by Danny Dyer, decided to throw a street party in front of the square in honor of the Queen’s 70th anniversary.

The revelers are left in disbelief when the royal couple stops in a car outside the Queen Vic pub, greeted by Mick and Linda Carter, played by Kellie Bright.

During the episode, Camilla is introduced to Karen Taylor, played by Lorraine Stanley, whose daughter Chantelle Atkins, played by Jessica Plummer, was murdered onscreen in a domestic violence storyline.

The Duchess takes a purple ribbon and ties it around a tree in memory of Chantelle, who was abused for months at the hands of her husband Gray Atkins on the soap.

Camilla dedicates it to “all victims of domestic violence” – an issue she has made a cornerstone of her public work.

She said, ‘This is for your daughter, Chantelle. This is for all victims of domestic violence. It is very important that she is remembered. My heart goes out to you, I know many people who have lost children.’

Makes sense: The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured center) tied a ribbon for 'all victims of domestic violence' as she performed in a special EastEnders platinum anniversary episode

Makes sense: The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured center) tied a ribbon for ‘all victims of domestic violence’ as she performed in a special EastEnders platinum anniversary episode

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