Strictly Rose star Ayling-Ellis shows off her glamorous Platinum Jubilee makeover

Rose Ayling-Ellis took to Instagram on Saturday to share a sneak peek at her Platinum Jubilee makeover with fans.

The actress, 27, enjoyed an elusive front row seat for the Party At The Palace concert where she was joined by her mother and grandmother.

However, before lounging in the celebrations and revealing that Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall voted for her on the BBC dancing how, the soap star headed to a swanky salon in central London.

New you: the star sported a chic outfit for the evening (photo in 2021)

Gorgeous: Strictly Rose star Ayling-Ellis, 27, showed off her glam platinum jubilee makeup after revealing Charles and Camilla voted for her on Saturday

Taking to her Instagram stories, Rose sat back in the chair with a glass of champagne as her caramel tresses fell down her poker straight back.

Then, thanks to the trick of the camera, the star suddenly revealed her glossy makeup as her luscious locks were pulled back into an elegant wavy ponytail.

As a long curl framed her handsome face, the star posed up a storm in a raspberry plaid wool suit with frayed details.

Gorgeous: As a long curl framed her handsome face, the star caused a storm in a raspberry plaid wool suit with frayed details

Gorgeous: As a long curl framed her handsome face, the star caused a storm in a raspberry plaid wool suit with frayed details

Flashing a glimpse of her toned midriff as well as her long legs, Rose added some extra height to the look with a pair of vintage white ankle boots.

The star then shared snaps as she reunited with Strictly Chief Judge Shirley Ballas for a pre-show interview with host Kirsty Young.

She captioned the snaps: “Jubilee Festival”.

Pampering session: Taking her Instagram Stories Rose sat in the chair with a glass of champagne as her caramel tresses fell down her poker straight back

Pampering session: Taking her Instagram Stories Rose sat in the chair with a glass of champagne as her caramel tresses fell down her poker straight back

Chic: Then, thanks to the trick of the camera, the star suddenly revealed her shiny makeup as her luscious locks were pulled back into an elegant wavy ponytail

Sleek: He rotated for the camera to show off his sleek new look

Chic: Then, thanks to the trick of the camera, the star suddenly revealed her shiny makeup as her luscious locks were pulled back into an elegant wavy ponytail

All fun: She captioned the snaps:

All fun: She captioned the snaps: ‘Jubilee Festival’

The actress reflected on her encounter with the royal family as she visited the BBC soap opera set.

Rose, who won the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing with Giovanni Pernice, was all smiles when she found out the royals are supporting her on the BBC show every week.

She said, “So we brought in Camilla and Charles and they tried acting, they acted a bit and we played our characters and met them and it was really, really special.”

Back together: Rose (right) continued to share snaps as she reunited with Strictly chief judge Shirley Ballas (left) for a pre-show interview with host Kirsty Young

Back together: Rose (right) continued to share snaps as she reunited with Strictly chief judge Shirley Ballas (left) for a pre-show interview with host Kirsty Young

Beaming: EastEnders' Rose revealed Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall voted for her on Strictly Come Dancing (pictured meeting the Duchess of Cornwall earlier this month)

Beaming: EastEnders’ Rose revealed Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall voted for her on Strictly Come Dancing (pictured meeting the Duchess of Cornwall earlier this month)

“Apparently Camilla is a huge Strictly fan. She said she votes for me every week and all her kids vote for me every week.

The soap opera star added: ‘It’s amazing – the royals voted for me, it’s just crazy!

Rose also revealed she felt “touched” when Charles and Camilla introduced themselves in British Sign Language (BSL).

Touché: Rose also revealed that she felt

Touched: Rose also revealed she felt ‘touched’ when Charles and Camilla introduced themselves in British Sign Language (BSL) (LR) Kirsty Young, Shirley Ballas and Rose

Impressed: Rose, who won the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing with Giovanni Pernice, was all smiles when she found out the royals are supporting her on the BBC show every week

Impressed: Rose, who won the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing with Giovanni Pernice, was all smiles when she found out the royals are supporting her on the BBC show every week

She said: ‘Both of them came up to me and the first thing they did, they signed me Hello.

Rose was moved by the sweet gesture: “I was really, really touched by this and was really impressed that they knew how to sign Hello.”

She later took to her Instagram Stories to reveal a glimpse of her evening as she enjoyed the star-studded gig.

Party time: She later took to her Instagram Stories to reveal a glimpse of her night out as she enjoyed the star-studded concert

Sweet: Rose waved her grandmother's hand, they waved Union Jack flags and enjoyed the music of Rod Stewart, writing:

Party time: She later took to her Instagram Stories to reveal a glimpse of her night out as she enjoyed the star-studded concert

Rose waved her grandmother’s hand, they waved Union Jack flags and enjoyed the music of Rod Stewart, writing, “Dancing to my grandma’s favorite artist.”

Donning a dark coat as the sun set, the beauty praised the accessibility of the prestigious soiree.

With a sign language interpreter nearby, Rose wrote: “Thank you for making this accessible, not only for me but also for others.

Proud: Donning a dark coat as the sun set, the beauty praised the accessibility of the prestigious evening

Proud: Donning a dark coat as the sun set, the beauty praised the accessibility of the prestigious evening

Happy as Larry: With a sign language interpreter nearby, Rose wrote: 'Thank you for making this accessible, not just for me but also for others

Happy as Larry: With a sign language interpreter nearby, Rose wrote: ‘Thank you for making this accessible, not just for me but also for others

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