The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will make a guest appearance on ITV’s flagship programme This Morning as part of the show’s 30th-anniversary celebrations.
During Thursday’s show, This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby said: “We are very proud and honoured to say that next Wednesday we will be joined by their royal highnesses the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall as This Morning celebrates its 30th anniversary.”
Co-host Phillip Schofield added: “Charles and Camilla will discover more about This Morning’s successful campaigns and meet other members of the ITV Daytime family as the couple mark the 90th birthday of the Royal Television Society of which Prince Charles is a patron.
“We’re also going to be asking them to sign – we’ve never done this before – our first visitors’ book, which is going to be filled with pictures and messages from all our guests.
“We’re going to take piccies on this camera, polaroid, old school.”
Ms Willoughby added: “This book will then be given away in October during our special week of anniversary celebrations. So that is going to be a special book.”
This Morning has aired on weekday mornings since 1988 with more than 6,000 episodes being produced.
Earlier this week, the programme won a National Television Award for Best Daytime Show – an award it has won every year since 2011.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will appear on This Morning on Wednesday, January 31st on ITV.