The Washington, DC, branch of the Royal Caribbean company, which owns the U.S. flag, will host an event that includes a party, including a truffle and shrimp dinner.
The event will be held at the Crystal Ballroom at the D.C. hotel and restaurant.
The party will also feature a performance by the Rancid and a “trunk-stomping contest,” according to the company.
It will be hosted by a new member of the Trunk Club, the organization founded by actor Danny Glover and comedian Adam Carolla.
Glover will appear at the event alongside Carolla, who also stars in the upcoming film, The Night of the Hunter.
The Trunk Party, which is being sponsored by the Trinket Club, was established in June, with the goal of celebrating the trunks of royalty and their families, according to a statement from the Trunks Club.
“It is our sincere hope that guests will have a fun and memorable day celebrating the Trunky Trunk Family,” the statement read.
“As we have done with other events, we will be putting together a guest list for the Trumbull Family Trunk party.”
The event will take place on the same day as the 100th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s coronation, the day that British royalty and the country’s most prominent female entertainers will be at Buckingham Palace for the ceremony.
In March, the Trubes released a video titled “The Trumbunner’s Guide to Life and Love,” in which Glover and Carolla discussed their personal and professional lives.
The video also included a photo of a young boy and the caption, “I just got off the phone with him.”
Glover and the boy were featured on the “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” where the duo discussed how they became celebrities and how they deal with fame and fame.
“I’m a bit of a big deal now, I was just a bit in the news.
I don’t know if it was the fact that I got out of jail and I was like, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to be famous.’
It was just that I was a celebrity and it just happened,” Glover said.