The singer says she wants a royal visitor on her new TV show
Lily Allen has said that she wants to invite the Queen to be a guest on her new TV show, ‘Lily Allen And Friends’, where she plans to ask her about the late Princess Diana.
According to the Daily Star, the singer recently asked TV bosses at BBC3 to look in to getting Queen Elizabeth II on the show.
The newspaper quotes Allen as saying: “I’d love to have the Queen on. I’d ask her all about the princess.”
‘Lily Allen And Friends’ debuts tonight (February 11) on BBC3 at 10:30pm (GMT), although Her Britannic Majesty has not been confirmed to appear as yet.
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