The Royal Family continues to show appreciation for Strictly Come Dancing.

On Saturday, the BBC dance contest aired the season 18 final, which came with a special appearance from Duchess Camilla. She joined the program for a surprise video message, in which she thanked Strictly for having "uplifted the nation" in a difficult year.

Watch Duchess Camilla on Strictly Come Dancing finale

Appearing before a festive mantelpiece, Camilla said: "I'd like, on behalf of everybody who watches Strictly, to say an enormous thank you to everybody — everybody who's been involved in this production in this particularly difficult year. You have given everybody so much pleasure and you've uplifted the nation.

"I think it's just lifted our spirits, it's lifted the whole country's spirits," she added. "I'm very excited. I know who I'll be voting for." The clip from the episode is seen below.

Strictly final 2020: Show crowns season 18 winner

Though Camilla didn't pick sides in her message, Strictly was down to four finalists, who were: Bill Bailey, HRVY, Jamie Laing, and Maisie Smith. Bailey, the comedian and musician, ended up coming out on top with his dance partner Oti Mabuse. Over 13 million viewers tuned in for the deciding episode.

As Strictly and Royal fans know, Duchess Camilla wasn't the first Royal Family member to appear on the show this year. Just last month, Prince Harry made a surprise appearance to support his friend JJ Chalmers—who was ultimately voted out in Week 7. Across the pond, Duchess Meghan also appeared on this year's America's Got Talent finale, cheering on a contestant and revealing her and Harry's enjoyment of the show.