The Queen 'is a huge fan of a popular BBC series' and 'loves discussing it'

As the coronavirus pandemic hopefully subsides, many new TV series are finally starting to appear on our screens.

What looks like a massive drying up of shows that have been forced to stop due to the pandemic, some shows have been able to stay busy during that time.

One of them was Line of Duty, which came to an exciting conclusion – but with the end split many fans in the middle.

However, sources have revealed that the Queen is a fan of Line of Duty herself – and reportedly enjoys discussing it with royal aides.

A royal source said The times : “The Queen was very fond of Line of Duty and enjoyed discussing the storylines with Tony.”

The drama caught millions of viewers as they struggled to discover the identity of “H”.

And the show, which first aired in 2012, proved to be a ratings hit for the BBC, with the final episode drawing an average of 12.8 million viewers that night.

Jed Mercurio’s cop drama joins the mix of the Queen’s favorite shows, which are said to include Dad’s Army and The X Factor.

It has also been reported that Her Majesty enjoys watching ITV’s historical drama Downton Abbey – and pointing out the flaws.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment.

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