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LONDON – Queen Elizabeth II and husband Prince Philip will visit the set of HBO hit show Game of Thrones next week.
They are set to visit Northern Ireland, where the show is filmed, including at a studio in Belfast.
"As part of the visit to Northern Ireland The Queen and The Duke will tour the @GameOfThrones set in the Titanic quarter #Belfast #GoT," said the official Twitter account of the British monarchy.
The show, based on the books by George R.R. Martin, depicts the fictional battle for power in the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros.
Game of Thrones is believed to be the biggest TV production in Europe. According to reports, it has created 900 full-time and 5,700 part-time jobs and has helped establish Northern Ireland as a production location.
Members of the British royal family aren't strangers to TV show set visits. Last year, for example, Prince Charles visited the set of BBC hit show Doctor Who in Cardiff, Wales.
And the Queen herself years ago swung by the set of BBC soap opera EastEnders.