The Panel Discuss Whether They’re Ready For Charles And Camilla To Become King & Queen Consort | LW

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It seems there could be a new Queen of the Vic in town, after it was revealed that Charles and Camilla filmed a cameo in the soap during their visit to Albert Square back in March. This had our ladies thinking – seventeen years after Prince Charles and The Duchess married, has the world fully accepted Camilla and Charles as the future King and Queen Consort? Our ladies share their honest take.

From series 26, broadcast on 23/05/22

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