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Prince Charles and Camilla paid a go to to Albert Sq. (Photos: BBC) Prince Charles...
The Duchess of Cornwall and Chantelle in EastEnders
Prince Charles and Camilla paid a go to to Albert Sq. (Photos: BBC)

Prince Charles and Camilla paid a go to to Walford in tonight’s EastEnders as a part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The arrival was due to Mick (Danny Dyer) and Linda (Kellie Bright), who booked the Royals for the road get together.

When Charles and Camilla arrived, Mick and Linda set about introducing them to their family and friends.

Linda in EastEnders
Linda and Mick stored their particular visitors prime secret until the final second (Image: BBC)

Charles met Frankie (Rose Ayling-Ellis), photographer for the occasion, and mentioned whats up to Jack (Scott Maslen), the native police officer.

Charles requested Jack how he manages to maintain the residents in examine, and he jokingly responded with ‘I simply allow them to get away with what they need to!’.

Elsewhere, as Sharon (Letitia Dean) watched the large day unfold, an concept began to kind in her head.

Sharon politely requested Camilla to observe her to the brand new tree within the Sq. gardens that Karen (Lorraine Stanley), Bernie (Clair Norris) and Martin (James Bye) had planted in reminiscence of Chantelle.

The Duchess of Cornwall was given a purple ribbon and hung it on Chantelle’s tree, asserting ‘that is for all victims of home abuse’.

It was a really special occasion (Image: BBC)

Chantelle, as viewers keep in mind, died by the hands of her abusive husband Grey Atkins in 2020.

Following the emotional second at Chantelle’s tree, Karen and Bernie joined their fellow Walford residents to boost a toast and watch Charles and Camilla lower a specifically made cake for the Jubilee.

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