The BBC are launching a brand new two-part series tonight (Wednesday, January 23rd).
Danny Dyer’s Right Royal Family will air on BBC One at 9 pm, tracing Danny’s supposed royal relations all the way back to King Edward III.
What started as a sort of hilarious joke in an episode of Who Do You Think You Are? now appears to be part of Danny’s day-to-day life.
So, how is he related to King Edward III?
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Danny Dyer and King Edward III
In 2016 series Who Do You Think You Are?, the Eastenders actor found out that he was a direct descendant of two former kings of England.
According to the show, Danny’s family tree leads straight back to both William the Conqueror and King Edward III.
Apparently, Danny Dyer’s family tree takes the following route:
Rollo the Viking (the very first ruler of Normandy)
William the Conqueror (the first Norman king of England)
King Henry II (King in 1154)
King Edward III (King in 1312)
Generation after generation leading up to the next big thing (1377-1977)
Danny Dyer (born on July 24th, 1977)
How to Watch Danny Dyer’s Right Royal Family
Part 1 of Danny Dyer’s Right Royal Family airs on Wednesday night (January 23rd) on BBC One at 9 pm.
Part 2 airs next Wednesday (January 30th) at the same time.
The documentary will follow Danny as he explores over 8000 years of British history, all of which centres around the man himself.
This – for some unknown reason – includes Danny eating, living and even dressing like his famous ancestors.
WATCH DANNY DYER’S RIGHT ROYAL FAMILY ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT ON BBC ONE, AT 9 PM