Britain's Got Talent 2014 judge Simon Cowell has revealed that he's never had any feedback from the royal family about the show.
Every series of the talent contest has offered a coveted slot at the subsequent Royal Variety Performance as a grand prize.
And Simon reckons that the royals are fans of BGT - although he admits that Buckingham Palace officials have yet to get in touch with him.
"I get a phone call from the Queen once a week, 'more singers this year Simon, get a Brit to win this year'," the media mogul joked at a press conference on Wednesday.
"But no, if they didn't like it they wouldn't let us do the thing on the Royal Variety, and it is what makes this show unique. I think it's one of the reasons why we get so many people from around the world entering the show because it is a huge deal for them to perform in front of the Royal Family.
"I don't get any calls really but I do think they like it."
Ever the comedian, fellow panellist David Walliams quipped: "We get abusive calls from them!"
"She just does deep breathing down the phone," added Amanda Holden.
"No, that's you darling!" retorted Simon.
As well as a billing at the next Royal Variety Performance - which is due to be attended by the Queen - this year's winner will also bag £250,000 in cash.
Britain's Got Talent 2014 begins this Saturday at 7.15pm on ITV1.