Zoe, who is a huge fan of the monarchy, appeared in pantomine as Cinderella at the Theatre Royal in Windsor at the end of last year.
Among the royals in the audience during one of the Bangor beauty's performances were Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.
There was even a furore after Ms Salmon made her first appearance on the BBC's flagship children's programme, with the corporation receiving complaints that her job had been advertised only in Northern Ireland, thus potentially discriminating against people with certain regional accents.
The BBC denied this and insisted the advert had been placed throughout the UK.
Shortly after her debut, she famously said "I'd Try Anything Once", which started a trend in her being asked to do dangerous or embarrassing things including wing-walking on top of an antique biplane and stamp collecting.
When she mentioned in her blog on the Blue Peter website that she had an ambition to be sawn in half by a magician, viewers started a campaign for her to do a challenge where she would become a magician's assistant.
“One girl was body-popping and another decided to do a sexy strip.
Ex-Blue Peter presenter and star of BBC Celebrity Masterchef, Zoe Salmon, has taken on her scariest challenge to date by fronting Celebrity Frightened Chef, a Halloween cooking show from Lyle's Golden Syrup, set in England's 'most haunted' house With ex-First Minister Peter Robinson retiring, former Castlereagh councillor Joanne Bunting will join sitting MLAs Sammy Douglas and Robin Newton as the DUP candidates in the former leader's East Belfast constituency.
The 36-year-old actress and model got engaged to Co Down butcher William Corrie late last year and her busy schedule at present may well have influenced her decision to decline the DUP approach on this occasion.
She was crowned Miss Northern Ireland in 1999 (beating future Big Brother contestant Orlaith Mc Allister).
In 2009 she was placed at number 20 on FHMs 100 sexiest women.
(born 7 January 1980) is a Northern Irish television presenter who hosted the children's television programme Blue Peter from 23 December 2004 to 25 June 2008. She attended Kilmaine Primary School and Glenlola Collegiate School while growing up in Bangor, a town on the east coast of Northern Ireland which she says is her "favourite place....
Salmon was born in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland.