Brits hoping for a holiday this year could be in luck and bag one completely free.
Butlin’s holiday parks has launched a brand-new prize draw which could see you living it up at one of its resorts.
The lucky winner will get a free action-packed trip away all thanks to the upcoming coronation of King Charles III in May.
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However, there’s a catch – you must share a name with one of two royals.
Specifically, anyone who shares a name with King Charles or Queen Consort Camilla will be in the running.
Those named; Charles, Charlie, Charley, Charli, Charl, Camilla, Cam, Kam, Kamilla, Cammie or Cameron are able to apply to win.
Butlin’s has three family friendly resorts in Skegness, Bognor Regis and Minehead.
Whichever you win will be a real treat as you’ll have access to live shows and performances from headline acts, as well unlimited fairground rides, looping water slides and a fun playground.
Three Brits will be chosen to win the prize – a family break to the resort of their choice in 2023 or 2024.
The giveaway will open today – April 18 and run until the coronation on May 6.
Winners will be contacted later in May by email so fingers crossed!
Josh Engleman, HRH (Head Royal Holiday-Hunter) at Butlin’s, said: “With the Coronation just around the corner, and it being a momentous time to spend with your loved ones, we really wanted to get involved in the celebrations and launch something fun for families to get involved in.
“We have so much to offer on our family breaks, with activities fit for a king or queen, such as our Splash Waterworld, and fantastic entertainment from The Masked Singer Live and Stephen Mulhern.”
You can apply on the Butlin’s website.
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