Britain's Prince Charles is being lined up for a role on children's TV show 'Mr Maker', in which he would have to create something in just 60 seconds.
Britain's Prince Charles is being lined up for a role on a children's TV show.
The future king is wanted by the stars and writers of 'Mister Maker' - an arts and crafts show on British channel CBeebies - to take part in Minute Make Time, in which he would have to create something in just 60 seconds.
Mister Maker - who is a judge on the 'START Imagining' competition, which is a part of the Prince of Wales' START initiative to help people across Britain lead more sustainable and greener lives - exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I haven't met Prince Charles yet, but I would absolutely love that. I'm very excited to be part of something that was inspired by the Prince of Wales and one day I might be lucky enough to meet him. It would be really interesting to ask him questions because I know he's a really creative man and to see if he would like to take part in one of our Minute Makes, you never know!
''We've not had celebrities on the show before but a Minute Make challenge would be a fantastic idea.''
As well as wanting Charles to appear on the show, Mister Maker is appearing with other CBeebies characters on the 'CBeebies Live!' UK tour and he says he can't wait to appear on stage.
He said: ''I'm very excited about taking part in the show, because it's something new for me to get my teeth into. It's going to be lots of fun for the audience as it's going to be a big show on a big stage with all the CBeebies characters coming together to entertain our fans.''
The show starts in London's Wembley Arena on March 31 and finishes in Nottingham on April 14. For more information go to www.cbeebieslive.com.