Camilla and Prince Charles in a special episode of EastEnders in honor of the Platinum Jubilee

the Duchess of Cornwall has tied a ribbon for ‘all victims of domestic abuse’ during her appearance on a special episode of EastEnders honoring the platinum jubilee.

Charles and Camilla surprised the residents of Walford after Mick Carter, played by Danny Dyer, decided to throw a block party to celebrate the Plaza. the Queenthe reign of 70 years.

Partygoers are left in disbelief when the royal couple pull up 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 on-screen daughter Chantelle Atkins, played by jessica plumberwas killed in a history of domestic abuse.

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

Camilla dedicates it to ‘all victims of domestic abuse’, a theme she has made a cornerstone of her public work.

Charles and Camilla surprised the residents of Walford after Mick Carter, played by Danny Dyer, decided to throw a block party to celebrate the Queen's 70-year reign in EastEnders.

Charles and Camilla surprised the residents of Walford after Mick Carter, played by Danny Dyer, decided to throw a block party to celebrate the Queen’s 70-year reign in EastEnders.

The Duchess of Cornwall (in the center of the image) tied a ribbon to

The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured centre) tied a ribbon for “all victims of domestic abuse” during her appearance on a special episode of EastEnders in honor of the Platinum Jubilee.

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

EastEnders icon Sharon Watts, played by Letitia Dean, said it was a “fitting royal seal of approval”.

In the episode, Charles discovered a plaque commemorating the visit to Albert Square dated June 2.

Dyer said: ‘We would like to mark this very special occasion with a memory. We’ve all owned a whip and there’s a collection for you behind the bar at your great-great-grandmother’s drink to go to a charity that’s close to your heart.

While meeting the residents of Walford, Charles meets greengrocer Martin Fowler, played by James Bye, who explains the history of his market stall going back generations of his family who have lived in the Square.

During the episode, Camilla is introduced to Karen Taylor (pictured right), played by Lorraine Stanley, whose on-screen daughter, Chantelle Atkins, played by Jessica Plummer, was murdered in a domestic abuse storyline.

During the episode, Camilla is introduced to Karen Taylor (pictured right), played by Lorraine Stanley, whose on-screen daughter, Chantelle Atkins, played by Jessica Plummer, was murdered in a domestic abuse storyline.

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

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

While meeting the residents of Walford, Charles meets greengrocer Martin Fowler (pictured together), played by James Bye, who explains the history of his market stall going back generations of his family who have lived in Square .

While meeting the residents of Walford, Charles meets greengrocer Martin Fowler (pictured together), played by James Bye, who explains the history of his market stall going back generations of his family who have lived in Square .

Charles said, “That’s the wonderful thing about London, all the different markets and stalls where people pass them down from generation to generation.”

The Prince of Wales said “You read lips very well” when he was introduced to Frankie Lewis, played by Rose Ayling-Ellis, commenting “I don’t know how you keep this straight” to police officer Jack Branning. , played by Scott Maslen.

Camilla shook hands with fan-favorite Shrimpy, played by Ben Champniss, and the ‘speechless’ Harvey Monroe, played by Ross Boatman.

He is also introduced to ‘square legend’ Patrick Trueman, played by Rudolph Walker, and points to the ‘little bottle’ of Trinidad rum Patrick is holding.

In unison they say, ‘A drop a day keeps the doctor away’, causing the residents to laugh with them.

In one scene, Camilla points to the 'nice little bottle' of Trinidad rum that Patrick is holding.  In unison, they say, 'A drop a day keeps the doctor away', causing the cast to laugh with them.

In one scene, Camilla points to the ‘nice little bottle’ of Trinidad rum that Patrick is holding. In unison, they say, ‘A drop a day keeps the doctor away’, causing the cast to laugh with them.

In one scene, Linda Carter, played by Kellie Bright, leads Charles (in the center of the photo) through the square.

In one scene, Linda Carter, played by Kellie Bright, leads Charles (in the center of the photo) through the square.

The royal couple also met iconic soap opera characters Stacey Slater, played by Lacey Turner, and Sonia Fowler, played by Natalie Cassidy, right.

The royal couple also met iconic soap opera characters Stacey Slater, played by Lacey Turner, and Sonia Fowler, played by Natalie Cassidy, right.

In the episode, Charles (pictured) unveiled a plaque commemorating his visit to Albert Square dated June 2.

In the episode, Charles (pictured) unveiled a plaque commemorating his visit to Albert Square dated June 2.

Patrick then asks the Duchess if he can interest her in some rum before he leaves, to which Camilla agrees, as the residents applaud in the background.

She later asks to pour a splash into Charles’s cup of tea, to which he replies, “I thought you’d never ask.”

The royal couple also met iconic soap opera characters Stacey Slater, played by Lacey Turner, and Sonia Fowler, played by Natalie Cassidy.

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 the exact same thing we are, celebrating.”

The EastEnders star discovered in 2016 while filming Who Do You Think You Are? which is related to Thomas Cromwell, Edward III, William the Conqueror and Henry III.

The royal couple filmed scenes for the BBC soap in March when they visited the new Elstree set and met the cast and crew.

In 2001, the Queen visited soap opera queen Dame Barbara Windsor, who played Peggy Mitchell, on the set of EastEnders.

The royal visitor stood behind the bar at the Queen Vic, strolled through Albert Square and EastEnders street market, meeting the stars of the show.

The special episode of Jubilee with Charles and Camilla aired on Thursday.

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