THE Chase fans had been left in hysterics when they noticed a stunning connection with the Royal Family on the panel.
ITV viewers did a double tackle Tuesday’s episode when contestants Archie, George, Louis and Charlotte took on Chaser Anne ‘The Governess’ Hegerty.
But eagle-eyed fans had been fast to level out that the gamers names had been the identical as the Queen’s great-grandchildren.
Archie is the son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – Prince Harry and his spouse Meghan Markle.
While George, Charlotte and Louis are the kids of Prince William and his spouse Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Host Bradley Walsh additionally cottoned on as he chatted to contestant George, who was the primary up to face the Chaser.
The quiz genius stated: “You haven’t worked out what all these people have in common, have you?”
“Oh have I done it again?,” Anne stated earlier than reeling off the names.
“Think about Prince Charles,” the Chaser added.
The penny lastly dropped, with Bradley replying: “Archie, Louis, Charlotte and George, the kids. Harry’s lad, then Louis, Charlotte and George, William’s kids.”
Viewers had been thrilled to see a royal-family-themed panel, with one writing: “Well done The Chase for the contestants’ names today. George, Charlotte, Louis and Archie. Take it it’s the royal grandchildren episode.”
A second shared: “nice to see The Queens great grandchildren on the show tonight.”
A 3rd posted: “All the Royal grandkids!”
A fourth hilariously commented : “Today’s contestants: George, Charlotte, Louis and Archie…are you kidding me.”
“Blimey, the children of the Royal Family have all grown up already,” joked one other.
Unfortunately, George failed to make it again to the ultimate chase.
The remaining three contestants racked up £12,000 complete – however regardless of their lead of 17, Anne managed to catch them with 30 seconds to spare.
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