Following recent revelations surrounding the ancestry of the Royal Family, ITV bosses have confirmed that the king of daytime TV, Jeremy Kyle will host a one-off 'Royal DNA' special to 'sort it all out'.
The already highly anticipated show, due to be filmed in July, will feature both Prince William and Harry, their cousins Beatrice and Eugenie, Prince Charles and James Hewitt. The show has also promised a 'surprise guest', that will only be revealed when the show is aired next month.
A recent BBC documentary that unveiled a 'missing link' in Prince Harry's DNA has sparked worldwide controversy, and a 'who-done-it' campaign has been gathering pace on Facebook and Twitter.
'The people need to know the truth' said Jeremy. 'We will treat them like every other guests. There will be an audience, seven chairs for the family, Graham and the aftercare team, myself and a microphone.
The Jeremy Kyle team have also confirmed that they have approached the Duchess of Cambridge to discuss a potential appearance on a later show to discuss her issue of being young, pregnant and without a job.