King Charles wants to meet her in Berlin
Dance star Motsi Mabuse will apparently soon meet King Charles. When he visits Berlin, she is supposed to come to the state banquet with her husband.
When Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, 67, hosts a state banquet in Berlin’s Bellevue Palace for King Charles, 74, and his wife Camilla, 75, on March 29, 2023, “Let’s Dance” star Motsi Mabuse, 41, should also be there .
Motsi Mabuse: “It’s a great honor”
The 41-year-old told the “Bild” newspaper: “It is a great honor and pleasure that His Majesty invited my husband and I to the state banquet hosted by the Federal President and expressed the desire to get to know my husband and me.”
They were very much looking forward to “meeting in person with the Royal Highnesses and maybe we’ll exchange something about dancing. ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ at Buckingham Palace would be a dream,” added Mabuse, who has been with Evgenij Voznyuk, 39, since 2017. is married.
King Charles is a fan
Motsi Mabuse is not only a star in Germany. Since 2019 she has also been on the jury of the original British show “Let’s Dance”, “Strictly Come Dancing”. Charles and Camilla are said to be big fans of the show. It was only rumored last year that a live episode would be filmed at Buckingham Palace. According to “The Sun”, there were talks between the BBC and the royals at the time. Charles and Camilla reportedly even wanted to host the issue themselves and put a dance on the floor as well. However, these plans have not yet been implemented. Perhaps the meeting in Berlin will give the project a boost?
Royals in Berlin and Hamburg
The British monarch will arrive in Berlin together with his wife Camilla on March 29 – and will be greeted with military honors by Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his wife Elke Büdenbender, 61. In a video message, Steinmeier explained in advance: “It gives me great pleasure to welcome King Charles and his wife Camilla to a state visit at the end of March.”
According to the Office of the Federal President, the state banquet is scheduled for the evening of March 29 at Bellevue Palace. On the following day, Charles and Camilla will attend appointments in Berlin and Brandenburg before the royal couple is to travel to Hamburg with Federal President Steinmeier on the third day of their trip to Germany.
Sources used: bild.de, royal.uk