LONDON - The BBC is reporting that two of the biggest fans of Strictly Come Dancing are none other than Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
Camilla said that the two have been watching the show since its very beginning.
She said that they sit around the living room, he wearing his crown and her wearing her tiara and they cheer on the dancers as if they were watching the Manchester United Red Devils playing the Liverpool Reds.
Camilla says that Charlie, as their American butler calls him, really gets into the dancing show at times going so far as to yell out at the telly, "Hey bitch, you call that a Paso Doble? My mum, the Queen Mother could do better than that and she's 101."
Charles has learned the various types of dances and Camilla says that once the show ends, they both stand up and try to mimic what they just saw the dance contestants do.
She pointed out that Charles usually ends up stepping on her toes at least two or three times but being the good little wife that she is, she has never said a word.
Camilla said that her personal favorite dance is the Cha Cha Cha. She says that once Charles gets going there is just no stopping him.
She laughs and adds that one time, he got so carried away that they ended up dancing from the living room, down the hallway,and ended up in the kitchen, where he got himself a crumpet and continued dancing without missing a beat.
Charles was asked by a member of the BBC if there is any truth to the rumor that he has been asked to perform on next years edition of Strictly Come Dancing.
The Prince smiles and says that royal protocol regulations strictly prohibit him from answering that question. The reporter glanced over at Camilla who smiled, looked down at her lap, and nodded her head in the affirmative.
In a related story. The lawsuit which Buckingham Palace had filed against the 60s Chicago band The Buckinghams has finally been settled. No details were made available. But a call to Larry King revealed that the Buckinghams will have to pay Queen Elizabeth II, $3.2 million (1,925,162 pounds).