The Palace entertainment family is opening its doors to the public this weekend with the premiere of the acclaimed new film Bento Box Entertainment.
The film, based on the popular TV show The Royal Family, tells the story of a young boy who must find a family in a small village in the UK.
It is the second film from the Palace family, who previously worked on the hit TV series King’s Row.
The Palace has produced a number of original films including The Royal House and the latest film is a collaboration with the BBC, in which the Palace will feature as a producer and executive producer.
The Queen will also be present for the opening, as well as a number social media events including the Royal Celebration.
A number of local events are being held around the UK including the opening of The Palace’s first store in the United Kingdom, a preview screening of the film, a concert by the National Theatre Orchestra, the Royal Variety Performance and the opening night for the National Film and Television Festival at the Palace.
The Royal Family and the Palace Entertainment will be showing a preview of the new film, which is based on a TV series of the same name.
The Princess Royal, Princess Anne, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince William and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will all be appearing.
The show, which stars Dame Sarah Silverman and Emma Thompson, follows a family as they face an identity crisis as they try to live their lives together.
The first film in the series, The Royalty, has been nominated for the Best Director Oscar, with director Simon Barrett winning for the role of King George VI.
The latest film, The Family, follows the story in the family of two brothers who move from the small village of Bento to the big city of London.